Building headers at home is fun! Okay, so you’ve probably not heard that statement very often when talking about building headers, but the truth is that there are tips and tricks that can REALLY help make this a process that you won’t hate. Finnegan is not a professional fabricator, and he doesn’t pretend to be, but he is serious about getting good at it and spends the time paying attention to people that know more stuff than he does. If all of us did that better, we’d all be much more skilled at building hot rods and race cars than we are now. Well some of us would be anyway.
In this video, you can get some really good tips and tricks from Finnegan as he and Newbern thrash on the C10 to get it ready for a road trip. And while he does use some trick tools, there are also just good practices to use that need nothing more than some shop rags, tape, and a plan.
Here is the description from the video, and the links to all the tools and stuff he’s using.
Next week I’m going to finally make my 1967 Chevrolet C10 run and move under its own power. I’m bringing a couple of friends into the garage so that we can knock out a bunch of work to finish the truck. In the meantime, Newbern and I created a new pair of headers from scratch using a kit from Stainless Headers Mfr, a company we frequently order from. The parts are made of 304 stainless steel and feature mandrel-bent tubes, merge-collectors and lots of quality US-made parts.
https://www.stainlessheaders.com/ We also once again relied on the Furick Markout Pro tool to precisely measure our tubing before we cut it. https://furickcup.com/product/furick-… Those amazing Chevy LT4 header flanges came from MRC Fabrication @mrcfabbullard That crazy billet aluminum sequential gearbox came from www.6xdgearbox.com Check back in next week for a bunch of new content as we make one big final push to get the C10 on the road. Thanks for watching! Want a shirt? visit https://www.fsmgarage.com