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    Rewarder up swept headers for a Big block chevy with water lines, they need to be re jet coated. $650.00 Firm.
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    HEY we might want to keep them might be seeing a swap ??????

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    $800? Seems a bit high if they need to be re-coated.
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    Do they look like lay backs


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    Quote Originally Posted by So.Bay*310* View Post
    $800?
    Funny thing is, that everyone else is selling them for like $300 to $400, and they need no work at all... just a little blueing. At that price they must be gold plated or something

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    Quote Originally Posted by 77NordicBubbledeck View Post
    Funny thing is, that everyone else is selling them for like $300 to $400, and they need no work at all... just a little blueing. At that price they must be gold plated or something

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleekcrafter View Post
    A lot of sites will thow you out on your azz.....for this. This is known as 'threadcrapping'
    Okay??? So your the thread police, Are you going to give me a ticket or what?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PrecisionTile View Post
    Do they look like lay backs
    They are laybacks. I just called them up swept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by So.Bay*310* View Post
    $800? Seems a bit high if they need to be re-coated.
    Last time I checked they were $1100 brand new from Jim.If they have gone down, buy new ones.Not trying to be a jerk but thats what I want for them and if I dont get it then I will keep them.Its 250.00 to get them re coated.I have water lines for them as well.

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    nordic, i don't think you know what headers he is talking about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 77NordicBubbledeck View Post
    Funny thing is, that everyone else is selling them for like $300 to $400, and they need no work at all... just a little blueing. At that price they must be gold plated or something
    Look again,are you sure they are not talking about regular jet boat headers that are chrome? If you guys are not happy with the price then I guess they wont sell.

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    They are the headers in my avatar. Thanks I still need to get a couple pics up.Sorry ive been busy.

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    you will sell them...
    i just sold a bronco that was priced "too high" and i was stupid enough to buy it when the price was high too.
    you are on a boating chat room, there are tons of people on here that are interested in your headers, theyll sell you just need the right person to see this thread

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