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Thread: difference in my 66 b body and a 67 b body
          
   
   

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    vara4 is offline CHR Member Visit my Photo Gallery
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    Yep them old Dodges can be a tight fit.
    In my big block charger I had to disconect the motor mount and jack up the motor just to change the spark plugs on that big 440 Magnum. Can you say tight.
    Lots of the guys were taking hole saw's and cutting holes over the spark plugs in the wheel wells on the passenger side, to make it easier to change the plugs.
    Kurt

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    Check with Summit Racing. I got a pair of their headers. Really nice looking. Just tell them what you have and they may be able to help you.

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