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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-29-2002, 10:32 PM Thread Starter
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New headers for the 4.3 NEW PROBLEMS

Bought some headers off of eBay(I love eBay) but its been so long since Ive done any real modification to my rig. Ofcourse the headers were not for JEEP application, but I bought them anyway. They already have the o2 sensor bung for my future TBI. I made them fit in between the frame rails [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img] Now here is the problem I'll have to redo my steering. I was actually counting on this anyway. Where is the cheapest place to buy the borgeson ujoints? or does anyone have some unused laying around? Ive got several of the implement ujoints but I need a splined one for the Saginaw P/S box. I used to just make things work, but now a little wiser, I want to do it right. Any suggestions?
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P.S. I kinda miss working on this thing. Its been a long time, Im usually working OP shtuff
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Re: New headers for the 4.3 NEW PROBLEMS

If they dont have them online, order a catalog. I know they are in the catalog. There online store is kinda lame.
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Re: New headers for the 4.3 NEW PROBLEMS

You can get the implement/PTO u-joint yokes that are splined and fit the Saginaw Power steering box. I got mine
at Six States Distributing in Portland, OR. I think it was about $20 or so. You can buy a whole assembly or just the yoke.
The Borgeson is smaller and nicer looking, but much more expensive. Nickmil.
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