Big Block Chevy
JEGS 30059 Header Fitment:
- 1968-1981 GM 1/2 & 3/4 Ton 4WD
- 1968-1987 Blazer/Jimmy 2WD
- 1973-1981 Blazer/Jimmy 4WD
- 1973-1981 Suburban 4WD
- 1973-1991 Suburban 2WD
Must modify stock exhaust to retain catalytic converter(s). Applications with oxygen sensors will require the purchase of reducers with O2 fittings. These headers will not fit with A.I.R. pump. Must use original factory Big Block frame stands, motor mounts, and hardware. Works with vehicles equipped with A/C.
Replacement Header Gasket: #555-210151
Will this fit my 1965 gmc pickup with a 454 bbc
Will this fit a 1999 chevy silverado 4.8/294
will these fit a 1976 K20 with SM465 manual trans? if not what part number will work?
Will these fit a 1997 k2500 suburban 454 with 4wd?
I have a 1964 c10 with 454 and turbo 400 after market motor mounts tube type will they clear the frame
I have a 84 k20 with a th400 and with a 83 454 with the peanut style heads, will these work with my setup
Was wondering if these headers will work in my 1971 gmc 4x4. It came with a 350 but putting a mild built 454 in it. Also using a 700r4 that's built for the 454.
Will these fit on an 85 454?
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