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Old August 8th, 2012, 11:14 PM
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k the truth is i'm 15 years old . i'v bean going back and forth over what i want to do to the truck i don't leagly own, until i'm 18 , anyway the latest thing tho is a cluster swap with tach and headers , I'v been looking at at summit racing truck headers
,Brand Summit Racing
Manufacturer's Part Number SUM-G9036
Part Type Headers
Product Line Summit Racing® Truck Headers
Summit Racing Part Number SUM-G9036

Header Style Shorty
Header Material Steel
Header Finish Painted
Primary Tube Diameter (in) 1 1/2 in.
Collector Attachment Stock flange
Collector Diameter 2.500 in.
Tuned No
Primary Tube Gauge 16-gauge
Flange Style Standard
Flange Thickness (in) 3/8 in.
Bolts/Studs Included Yes
Gaskets Included Yes

I have about 300 to spend and i would highly prefer it bolt to the stock exhaust . dose anyone have any suggestions , or other things in my budget. thanks all for feed back
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I started driving to school at 14
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you'll have to do some modification to the existing pipes and add a flange connection with donut, unless they seal in an expanded pipe end to make those headers work and all you'll do is sink more $$$ in it

but, if you think long enough I think you'll find other issues that cold use that $300


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ya , that goes to be the truth ,my mother broke the linkage in the steering column a few years back so it's off by one gear p is p ,N is R, D is N , 2 is D , 1 is 2, and you cant shift to 1 , tried to fix it once but couldn't get the main part of the dash off , thought it was hung on the AC ( apsolotly hate AC cause i know nothing about it),so stopped and put it back together , though found it incredibly easy to to pull the gauge cluster...... I read, flowtech headers.thread posted by bsullivan87 ,and thought cake walk bolt and unbolt, i'm in southern arizona so crosin is min mall , is the diameter of the headers larger / smaller than the stock flanges to fit., by the way was it leagul for you to drive at 14, my school requires proof of licence , insurance and registration just to get a parking pass. the only way i know to get around that is to park in teachers lot but that's gated off with sucurity so more
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it also doesn't help to have the only paint job like it ,in all of the grater phoenix az area that i have seen .
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of course now that i said that i seen one today ,,, but it was a hole lot cleaner,. shall you say the f150 equvalnt of BigRobs Bronco.


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