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Old 05-02-2018, 08:35 PM
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Thanks, but they are not headers then, they are the stock exhaust manifolds
Just trying to learn here....can you post a photo of what they look like?
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Good time to put a radiant barrier above the headliner.
Would you just cut it to the headliner and glue it on the upside?
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Would you just cut it to the headliner and glue it on the upside?
Just cut to fit the inside of the roof, push it in where you can on any edges, and use some clear silicone in a few spots. It just needs to stay up long enough to put the headliner back up.
But, you can glue it to the back side of the headliner if you want to.
A 4'x10' roll of Reflectix is $25 on ebay.
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Just trying to learn here....can you post a photo of what they look like?
I don't have any pics of Disco specific headers, but they look like most any other headers, tubing.
Stock exhaust manifolds are cast iron.
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I recently had that leak, fixed it by putting some clear silicon in the gap where the rubber strip at the top corner of the windshield is a tiny bit short... Since I recently had a new windshield installed my first guess was something related to that work. Has not leaked since.
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Do you have a photo of where you added the silicone?
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I probably should have washed all the pollen off first... Lol, but you can see where the rubber seal is in a different spot than it was before the new windshield went in. There was a small gap there which the silicon fills. I also pried that corner piece up as it wasn't glued down firmly and applied silicone under that too.
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