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Old 06-30-2011, 05:52 PM
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1947 Ford pickup headers

Hi, I have one of my friend who look for headers long tube, he have a 1947 ford truck with a 302 engine, Floor shift, manual steering and manual brake.

I need to know what headers fit for this truck...

Thanks, Stephane

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I`m not sure if there`s any ready to fit headers for it. However there is custom kit headers to be had but he`d have to do the assembly and welding.
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I don't think you will find anything that is a direct fit, however check the link below this is a Tri-Y header used in 1965-67 289 Mustangs.Since the '47 has a narrow frame these would probably be the closest fit.These headers are based on the early Cobras designed by Carroll Shelby they make very strong low-end and mid range power ideal for producing torque to get the truck "off the line".You will probably have to do a Google search "Mustang Tri-Y header" to find availability in your area but I am sure Speedway ships to your area:http://www.speedwaymotors.com/1964-7...ers,31321.html
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I don't think you will find anything that is a direct fit, however check the link below this is a Tri-Y header used in 1965-67 289 Mustangs.Since the '47 has a narrow frame these would probably be the closest fit.These headers are based on the early Cobras designed by Carroll Shelby they make very strong low-end and mid range power ideal for producing torque to get the truck "off the line".You will probably have to do a Google search "Mustang Tri-Y header" to find availability in your area but I am sure Speedway ships to your area:http://www.speedwaymotors.com/1964-7...ers,31321.html
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