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    Default header spacers ?

    where can I find a set of header spacers?for bbc thanks for any info .the hooker
    im into spanish cheese

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    whats the point???...why do u need to space them out?...just use header flanges & another gasket!
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    Yea... Whats the point? Are your valve covers too tall?

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    Maybe they work like a carb spacer.LOL

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    Stud interference? No couldn't be that. Nobody would do that! Has to be some top secret HP thing



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    its very top secret so lets keep it on the down low !!the reason is im running tt headers and my new bassets are turning inward not lineing up to my holes tt so I would need to space them out a 1/2 inch or so.and one side is hitting the valve cover.
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    Not cheap, but here are some in steel and aluminum.
    http://www.cpperformance.com/SearchR...CategoryID=189

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    Not cheap, I'll say. I can get them laser cut out of stainless for that much.
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    Your best bet would be to have someone water jet you a set, and then just mill them to make sure they're perfectly flat.

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    If you can get away with 3/8" plus a pair of gaskets, why not just buy a pair of bare header flanges from someone who builds headers like Rewarder or Basset, Hooker, Headman, etc...?
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