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Headers install help

Finally removed stock ones and about ready to install ahr long tube headers. Now just not to sure if the gasket it came with is the only thing used between the heads and headers or buy a new oem gasket and attach arh gasket to new one. Hopefully this makes sense

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I bought new OEM gaskets when mine were done and you might wanna look into locking header bolts. If you don't get those then you will most likely have to go back in there and re-torque the bolts after some miles, which would be a total pain in the rear to have to do as you probably know now from taking the stock headers off lol


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Okay got it, will get new oem gasket then. Yup already have the stage 8 locking bolts. Don’t even remind me. Biggest pain in the ass trying to remove stock headers but a small 10mm ratcheting wrench was my best friend. Installing my 6pt roll cage seemed like a piece a cake compared to this


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