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Lift for a header install...........not really needed. You better have a 13mm flexhead racheting box wrench and a pair of gloves thats for sure. Otherwise frustrations will run high and blood loss will be significant!! Anybody whom has installed them knows what I'm saying. Expect it to take at least one day too.
You do NOT want to fubar your timing..........get a timing wedge or make one.
My bud that is gonna help with the cam install has everything. I have nothing planned for tomorrow or Tuesday so i'll take my time. And I'm sure my girlfriend's dad has one.
Originally Posted by S197GT07
A ton. After you get the top ones, you just lift it up, take out the midpipe, and go to work on the bottom studs.
As 808 said, gloves are a must.
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