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truck headers

i am building a 1978 Ford F-350 Dually, with a 302 and 4x4. Does anyone know who make a inexpensive set of headers for this truck.

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"inexpensive" means cheap and cheap headers won't last long. What is your budget for a decent set? ....and a 302 in an F-350 dually??
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I had good luck with my first set of Flowtech headers, but my second set(different truck) had some quality control issues and I likely will not purchace them again.
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...and a 302 in an F-350 dually??
and 4x4...
Won't that be undermotoring the truck quite a bit?

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the 302 runs great and cost me 10 bucks... the rear gear is a 4.88 and the tranny is a zf542 5 speed with a borg warner 1356. I am not doing any distance towing. Will upgrade to a windsor when i find one that is goood and cheap as well.
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Jegs and Summit brand headers if you want cheap. I dont know how long they'll last though.
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