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Old 05-23-2007, 07:11 PM
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Need pulling truck type headers] that come up throught the hood.

I need this type headers for a mudbogger s-10 i am putting together with a built chivvy small block. I would like to find a saet! With this type of headers they will be up out of the mud even if i get stuck in a bad hole! If you can help i will be real gratefull to you. MUDMAN!!!

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Hooker makes kits like funny and drag car zoomies. You just weld them at the angle you want off the flange. Might work. Other than that you made need to have pipes bent at your local shop to desired length so they make it out enough through the hood.
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couldnt you use a set of blockhuggers turned upside down with a straight pipe attached to the collector

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There are a couple demolition derby product places that sell headers like this, easy to find with a search.

Good luck!
-Matt

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