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Question where can I find headers for a 4.7 2005 wk

where can I find 05 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.7 headers
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Re: where can I find headers for a 4.7 2005 wk

Go onto summitracing and order them for a dakota of the same year. They should bolt right In
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Re: where can I find headers for a 4.7 2005 wk

do we know of a 4.7L running aftermarket headers? If it really is as simple as them just bolting on, that's something I will be doing in the very near future.

http://www.summitracing.com/search/d...-size/4-7l-285
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do we know of a 4.7L running aftermarket headers? If it really is as simple as them just bolting on, that's something I will be doing in the very near future.

http://www.summitracing.com/search/d...-size/4-7l-285
Why wouldn't they? The dakota engine bay is roughly the same size as a gc. And dont forget, I have headers on the 3.7.
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Re: where can I find headers for a 4.7 2005 wk

because after poking around some on google and other jeep sites, people did not share the opinion that stuff is just bolt on. sounds like most people had to pull the engine?

but didn't really find much info for WK's, most stuff was for WJ's.
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because after poking around some on google and other jeep sites, people did not share the opinion that stuff is just bolt on. sounds like most people had to pull the engine?

but didn't really find much info for WK's, most stuff was for WJ's.
No the engine dose not need to be pulled. The headers intsall from underneath. The starter will need to come out for it to go in. Ghe passenger's side slides along the wheel well coming fro. The radiator
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