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Whats the best value in a trouble free headder?

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by shum1, Oct 14, 2000.

  1. shum1

    shum1 1/2 ton status

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    Need headers for my 1990 suburban, the catch is that i'm getting vortec heads, also I need to connect the egr to one of the headers. Do the make them with this fitting? or do I need to weld myself? how much do they cost.

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  2. riz

    riz 3/4 ton status

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    They've got headers like that now. I can't think of who makes them right now but maybe someone here can tell you before I get a chance to check on it for you.

    <font color=purple>L8r,

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  3. tkjimmy

    tkjimmy Registered Member

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    I put the JBA headers on my 89 Jimmy, and on my wife's 94 Suburban. They bolt right up to your factory y-pipe, and NO LEAKS! They can be found at www.jbaheaders.com. Hope this helps.

    tkjimmy--Wa. State
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  4. BigBurban

    BigBurban 1/2 ton status

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    And here's a suggestion to address you "trouble free" criteria... Use "Stage 8" locking header bolts. You'll never have to deal with retightening header bolts again. Well worth the extra money.

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  5. tkjimmy

    tkjimmy Registered Member

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    BigBurb is right on this one. I put them on my headers, collector flanges, water pump, and my oil pan. They are a little difficult to put on, but well worth it. Check them out at www.stage8.com.

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