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Unread 03-30-2002, 03:50 PM   #1
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96' Headers

info:
96' grand cherokee, 4.0 L I-6.
4" dick cepek suspension lift w/ 2" spacer(total 5-1/2")
gears & 32" mudterrains
Replaced tranny and driveshaft a year ago.

Problem:
Crack in exhaust manifold

Question:
I was wondering which brand I should go with for headers. I was looking a Borla's T-304 ss, and Gibson's heavy guage 409 ss. I'm not sure if ill go with the cat-back system just yet(until of course the muffler or pipes go).

Install:
I was hoping for a comment on installation as I will be installing myself.

Note:
I live in Hawaii and we have no emissions requirements.

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