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Who have you tried?
You can try Howards Hot Rod Shop in Winter Garden, Summits been good to me they have a warehouse off I-75, if your order is done early enough in the morning it is here the next day in most cases, I get some stuff from Speedway and had good luck with them too ,Beware of Autolc products, if what you order from Speedway is a Autoloc product they do resolve any issues , if you order from Autoloc direct beware, I had a Tri-Bar Head Light from Speedway/Autoloc that started to crack at the bonded seam and worked its way to the front of lens I sent them an E-mail of my challenge , they have a record of when i ordered it and sent me a replacement and a apology for the inconvenience, I have a 1938 Chevy P/U I also get some stuff from Chev's of the 40's; let me know what you are looking for i may be able to direct you in the right direction , You also check out Streetrodding .com and ask on this site they are very helpful on this site
Hello, I own Macogans Street Rods and Muscle Cars. I do not keep a lot of stuff in stock, I normally build to suit. But if I can ever help with anything just let me know. My shop is my hobby, I work a full time job as well.
I have heard OBX long tube headers are the best bang for your buck. However i have stayed away from headers on my Yukon Denali because i have heard of problems with the spark plug wires sitting to close. I drive the truck everyday so i didnt want to risk it. hope that helps
Headers for 2004 Silverado? Short or Long? Brand?