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This is a discussion on header rattle within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; alright on the lower side of the header right in the center where the left and right sides connect normally ...

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    header rattle

    alright on the lower side of the header right in the center where the left and right sides connect normally there would be a bracket of sorts pulling the two ends together or they are welded. mine... is not. i dont know if there was a bracket there and it just decided to relocate its self some where on the road or what. i watched it slide in and out(not completely, but a good 1" or better) of its self. i only noticed that one spot where they connect, is there another? i was in a bit of a rush when i looked. and would it be alright to weld it together or should i tac a couple things to each side and attach something to pull them together?

    im worried about doing to much welding down there do to the oil pan and everything else.

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    anyone?

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