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Where can I find some fenderwell headers for a Henry J to fit a 302? Will I have to make some?
 

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You may end up either making or modifying an existing set. I never seen a "Henry J" specific header set listed anywhere. There is a company that makes a H.J. Gasser kit car that might be of help. I'll try to get their info for you tomorrow.
 

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You may end up either making or modifying an existing set. I never seen a "Henry J" specific header set listed anywhere. There is a company that makes a H.J. Gasser kit car that might be of help. I'll try to get their info for you tomorrow.
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The reason I asked the question was because of what you said. I've never seen a Henry J specific set before. I've seen the kit in Speedway for a small block Ford where you make them & that's what I wandered if I would have to go with & build them?
 

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Here's a couple links for ya : HenryJCars.com
scottrodscustom.com

Check em out. Some really good info on there.
 

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Thanks! I'll check them out.
 

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You might consider a pair of Jeep to Ford V8 fenderwell headers. Since you don't have the engine in the car you can situate it to work with the Jeep headers. That's what I did on my Austin. Just bolt the headers to the engine when you mock up the mounts and you can situate it to make them work easily.
Jeep/SBF headers are pretty reasonable too:
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/ADD-717034/Application/?prefilter=1
 

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You might consider a pair of Jeep to Ford V8 fenderwell headers. Since you don't have the engine in the car you can situate it to work with the Jeep headers. That's what I did on my Austin. Just bolt the headers to the engine when you mock up the mounts and you can situate it to make them work easily.
Jeep/SBF headers are pretty reasonable too:
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/ADD-717034/Application/?prefilter=1
I'll look at that. They might work better than the Speedways.
 

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