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Anyone have any recommendations for a set of headers that will fit the 351C (4V heads) in a 67? I've got the hooker 6920's in it right now, but 2 of the tubes hit the steering box and i can't get full travel in turns because the pitman arm hits the tubes. Plus on the other side, its up against the idler arm.
The car had power steering, but i've removed it and used the adapter on the linkage if that is any helpful info.
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We have the fordpowertrain.com headers on our 351C too. It's a '65 coup. The headers are made for a 67 Mustang but they fit so tight to the block, they work in an early car too. They hang no lower than the stock oil pan, so ground clearance is much better. They do cost a bit more but well worth it in IMO.


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Thanks for the suggestions. I just got email back from Fordpowertrain, so looks like it'll be those. Provided i've got any money left after the holidays.
 
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