68 newport exhaust manifold to head studs + conversion

Mopar Exhaust Systems

  1. Mike McGuire

    Mike McGuire Member

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    Hey there mopar friends,

    I'm swapping out the exhaust manifolds from my old 2bl 383 (logs) to the 383 magnum manifolds. Figured I'd replace the existing head to manifold dual-threaded studs with some freshies.

    Hoping someone has a recommendation for where and exactly what to get.
    I should probably also replace the extended nuts while I am at it. Any info for that would also be appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Mike
     
  2. Davea Lux

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    www.yearone.com has the complete sets of studs as do several E-Bay vendors.

    Dave
     
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    http://www.rtspecialties.net/

    These guys have many Mopar fasteners. I got my studs and nuts from them. They were having a sale the other day.
     
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    The B-Body studs and nuts are generally the same as the C-Body ones.

    Dave
     
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    Thank you all. Found a bunch! all set. side question... the thread that enters the head is it 3/8 -16?