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Old 05-01-2021, 12:44 AM #16
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I have installed 7 sets of LT Doug Thorley headers on 4th gens. Stock suspension, body lift, huge suspension... they are all the same. Suspension and body lift doesn't have any impact on headers. They fit just fine. If somebody has to "dimple" them then they are installing them wrong. Edit: To ensure the steering coupling bolt doesn't hit, the entire coupling can be moved down to avoid the headers.
I was reading about bolt scraping in another thread too. I've installed zero so far, Thank You for the response. I know the suspension lift would have no effect. Just wasn't sure about the 1in body lift.

Do I need to buy anything to adjust the coupler? Will it just be apparent when I'm down there? Thanks again!
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Do I need to buy anything to adjust the coupler? Will it just be apparent when I'm down there? Thanks again!
A pneumatic air hammer with extended bits will help you greatly. To install the headers, you will need to separate the steering shaft anyway. The hammer just helps for adjusting when it's all back together.
Also, friendly tip, remove both motor mounts. I'm able to install headers in about an hour total by doing that.
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