- 18-Gauge 409 Stainless Steel Mandrel Bent Tubing
- 5/16 in. Thick 409 Stainless Steel Exhaust Flanges
- Stainless Steel Mounting Hardware & Gaskets
- (1 Pair) Stainless Steel Long Tube Headers with 1.625 in. Primary Tube
- (1 Pair) Header Exhaust Gaskets
- (12) 3/8 in.-16 x 3/4 in. Stainless Steel Header Bolts
- (1 Pair) Stainless Steel 3 in. O.D. Header Collector to 2.500 in. O.D. Reducer Outlet
- (1 Pair) 3 in. Collector Gaskets
- (6) 3/8 in.-16 x 1 1/4 in. Stainless Steel Collector Bolts, Nuts & Lock Washers
- 1973-1987 Chevy/GMC Pick-Up 1/2, 3/4, 1-Ton
- 1973-1991 Blazer/Jimmy/Suburban
- 1988-1991 Chevy/GMC 1-Ton Crew Cab
JEGS 409 Stainless Steel headers look great and are made with heavy duty flanges and 18-gauge mandrel bent tubing. Every header is designed for maximum performance with the proper primary diameter and length to efficiently remove all the exhaust from each cylinder, reducing pumping losses, resulting in increased horsepower and torque. These headers come with all the necessary mounting hardware, reducers, and premium gaskets.
- 18-Gauge, 409 Stainless Steel
- Mandrel Bent Tubing
- Thick 5/16” Flanges
- Hardware, Reducers & Gaskets Included
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