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What type of head flange gasket should I buy?

Gonna be installing a used set of DT long tube headers and want to replace the head flange gasket. Any links to a solid one that is not to expensive and will fit the DT headers? I have a 2007 fj automatic.
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Re: What type of head flange gasket should I buy?

I can't figure out what your asking for, there is no such thing and a "head flange"

The head gasket is the gasket between the head and the block. The exhaust manifold gasket is the gasket between the head and exhaust manifold or header.

Are you really trying to ask for an exhaust manifold/header gasket or are you really changing the head gasket while youre in there installing headers?
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Re: What type of head flange gasket should I buy?

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I can't figure out what your asking for, there is no such thing and a "head flange"

The head gasket is the gasket between the head and the block. The exhaust manifold gasket is the gasket between the head and exhaust manifold or header.

Are you really trying to ask for an exhaust manifold/header gasket or are you really changing the head gasket while youre in there installing headers?
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Re: What type of head flange gasket should I buy?

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You should be able to get gaskets from gadget
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Re: What type of head flange gasket should I buy?

Dustin from JBA says the stock oem gasket is reusable and better than the aftermarket gaskets. I would buy from the dealer if you need to replace it or search for oem at a better price.
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