Ford Specific Fit Headers
- 1964-1970 Mustang/Cougar
- 1967-1970 models require additional driver's side header clearancing around the steering box.
- Only fits manual transmissions using 10'' or 10.5'' clutch. 1968-up bellhousings require driver's side header clearancing.
- Non-HiPo cars with manual transmission may need header clearancing for clutch linkage.
- Replica of early Shelby Tri-Y header.
Patriot Ford Specific Fit Headers are built with surface machined thick steel flanges for a great seal and mandrel bent mild steel tubing. Patriot headers are available raw or with metallic ceramic coating. Unlike paint or chrome, metallic ceramic coating is easy to keep clean, resist rust and corrosion and will not discolor. Metallic ceramic coating also reduces underhood temperatures. All Patriot headers come with installation hardware, collector reducers, gaskets and instructions.
How well do these fit on a manual with stock clutch linkage? This would be for a '69 Mustang coupe with a stock 302 and 3-speed. Thanks!
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