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    96-2002 range rover exhaust manifolds

    Any one every install them onto a D2. They are a factory shorty tube header and look like they may fit. This is just a pic I found online of them. I get a set for cheap. My factory exhaust manifold is crack. I was going to do Headmen headers but if this will work may as well.
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    Whats wrong with taking a chance now and then??

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    You can get perfectly good used stock manifolds for a reasonable price (I just sold a good pair for $120) so I'd wonder the advantages of these. Better performance maybe?

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    The flange where it bolts to the Y pipe is completly diffrent.

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    There are a few disco's in the pick n pull at portlandddd

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    I will most likley just order up a set of headmen headers. This is the 2nd manifold to crack.

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    How are you cracking them?! Fording cold water with a hot manifold? It's nor rare to crack one but multiple times makes me wonder what's going on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Achers View Post
    How are you cracking them?! Fording cold water with a hot manifold? It's nor rare to crack one but multiple times makes me wonder what's going on.
    Not sure how the first one cracked. It was cracked when I picked the disco up. This last one cracked this winter when I was playing in 3-3.5 feet of snow. The engine canpartment was packed with snow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Achers View Post
    How are you cracking them?! Fording cold water with a hot manifold? It's nor rare to crack one but multiple times makes me wonder what's going on.
    Not sure how the first one cracked. It was cracked when I picked the disco up. This last one cracked this winter when I was playing in 3-3.5 feet of snow. The engine canpartment was packed with snow.

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