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the header is hitting the sterring shaft. put new motor mounts and and it hits just a tad to notice it virbrating my steering shaft. any ideas wat to do to solve this annoying problem? thanks
 

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just take a hammer to the headers
 

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:funnah
:lmao

I sware someone had the same problem somewhat recently...hopefully they will charm in soon. What kinda of heads are they?
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lol jk
 

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yea they do and there not that much..... alot of people hammer the headers but it works but its up to u. do it right or dent ur beautiful pipes
 

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go under the dash and loosen the 2 bolts thaconnect the steering shaft to the steering wheel. twist the steering wheel to the right and have a friend tighted the two bolts. thats what i did and it worked perfectly. no problems.
 

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omg listen, take the biggest impact socket u can find and slowly tap the header were it hits, i say slowly tap it that way you dont have to dent it more than needed

the bigger the socket the less of a sudden pinch it is
 

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I put a slight dent in my header so it didn't contact the shaft worked great. I don't think the reduction in flow would make a diffrence
 

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Or you can shim the motor mount on that side like 1/10th inch. It may be that your motor mounts are worn out in the first place causing the engine to sit a little lower than it should.
 
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