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Old 08-13-2005, 04:38 PM   #41  
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Default RE: Headers and h-pipe removal...

About the bracket you’re having trouble with... i had the same problem with my bbk eq lengths. The bolts that they give you aren't long enough to hold the bracket and the larger header plate, so i had to use the old double threaded bolts to hold it all on. The socket wouldn't fit them so i had to use an open ended wrench to get them on. It was a b*tch and a half to get all the bolts to go in but it works.
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