1953-64 Ford F100 Truck 272/292/312 Y-Block Chassis Headers, Raw
272 Ford Y-Block V8, 292 Ford Y-Block V8, 312 Ford Y-Block V8, Chassis Header Tube Type, Raw
- 1 5/8" primary, 3" collectors
- 5/16" thick flange
- Includes header gaskets, header bolts, and 3"-2 1/4" reducers with reducer collector gaskets
- Steel construction
- Black ceramic finish
These headers are designed to fit 1953-1964 Ford F100 pick-ups with a Ford 272-312 Y-block engine. 1-1/2" primaries and 3" collectors.
- 1-5/8" primary
- 3" collectors
- 5/16" thick flange
- Includes header gaskets, header bolts, and 3"- 2-1/4" reducers with reducer collector gaskets
**These headers may interfere with the crossmember on a ’64 Ford F100 with a 292. You may have to notch your crossmember, or modify the headers to clear.
ApplicationThese headers fit 1953-1964 Ford pickups with a 272-312 Y-block engine.
NotesThese headers are treated with a light coating of anti-corrosion paint to avoid rust during shipment and on the shelf. This coating must be removed entirely before painting with a high-temp paint for final installation. Coating can be removed with lacquer thinner.
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