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#1443931 Tue Mar 08 2022 05:43 PM
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The rebuild of my 235 engine in my 57 Chevy pickup includes a set of Fenton Headers. I ordered some from Carter's and was surprised to find out that they don't include the installation kit (sleeves, gaskets, donuts). I can't seem to find them on EBAY, or anywhere else. Has anyone else had this issue? If so, where did you find these parts? Thanks everybody!

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I'd check out "The Filling Station" or Chevs of the 40's. Also may go to "Langdonsstovebolt.com up in Utica, MI. Best of luck


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Thanks! I'll check them out.


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