1979-1983 Toyota Pickup Header *****NIB***** (Phoenix) $200

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Old 23 Mar 2010, 01:55 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default 1979-1983 Toyota Pickup Header *****NIB***** (Phoenix) $200

This item fits 79 83 Toyota Pickup w/ L4 2.2L. It is a 4-2-1 two-Piece header made out of steel. The Two-Piece Primary Tube Diameter is 1 1/2 In. Collector Diameter is 2.5 In. It has a 16-Gauge Collector Attachment w/ Slip Fit Flange. Flange Thickness is 3/8 In. Bolts, Studs & Gaskets are Included: Save big while these Blowout Prices Last.

We have a Retail Store Front located @
823 N. 7th Ave
Phoenix Az 85007
SE Corner
M-F 9-6
Sat 10-3



Manufactured using mandrel-bent, mild steel tubing and surface-ground, thick steel flanges, PaceSetter Headers are available with standard black painted finish or ARMOE*Coat, a polished, high temperature, metallic-ceramic coating. Each ARMOR*Coated header undergoes an extensive preparation phase followed by application of the coating and a high-temp curing process. The ARMOR*Coat won't discolor like paint, chrome or dull finish coating, reduces underhood temperatures, resists rust and corrosion and is easy to keep clean. All PaceSetter Headers come with hardware, gaskets and illustrated instructions and are backed by a three-year warranty. Header bolts not included.

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