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Old 04-04-2012
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JBA Headers 3.0-CT

bought a set of jba headers for my 99 3.0 with egr. I dont have the time to put em in. Looking for 425 plus shipping on ur dime. Thank you.
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you dont have 3-4 hours of free time? Strange... GLWS anyways, too bad its not for a 4.0
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I might be wrong...but im pretty sure 3.0 and 4.0 headers are interchangeable
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I read it was gunna take 6 to 7 hrs. And iv tried b4 to take them out but failed. I dnt dnt have the patients with my truck right now.
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I read it was gunna take 6 to 7 hrs. And iv tried b4 to take them out but failed. I dnt dnt have the patients with my truck right now.
soak bolts with acetone and ATF. and if you want help i can help ya man
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ya its the bolts down by the ball flange. theres not a whole lot of room to work with. i can get the bolts off the heads easy.

wouldnt pb blaster or wd40 work? and ya probably gunna need the help if i go thru with it.
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ya its the bolts down by the ball flange. theres not a whole lot of room to work with. i can get the bolts off the heads easy.

wouldnt pb blaster or wd40 work? and ya probably gunna need the help if i go thru with it.
yea they are gonna snap so pick up so bolt from the hardware store.

pb and wd work good.. Trust me mix atf with acetone and its like your superman super easy.
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if they snap you think your gunna be able to drill them out?
i got some bolts that might work but prob need some washers
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do you still have the headers?
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They're on his truck now lol
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