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Old 01-16-2013, 09:41 PM
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Info on headers 37 chev,5.3L

Hello I have installed a 5.3L engine into a stock 37 Chevrolet frame. Looking for someone who has done this installation. Need info on who's headers were used as the drivers side is cluttered with brake pedal mount, 700R4 transmission. Thanks Norman

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Do you have pictures??.
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I might begin by phoning these guys, seems like they would have a lot of info since they represent several different manufacturers.....
Headers | Hooker Headers, Edelbrock Headers, Hedman Hedders, Exhaust Headers
I would think a set of fenderwell headers would be double-throwdown cool.
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Yes, I have pics of the body and chassis over the last several years.

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