Rugged Ridge Jeep Exhaust Headers Customer Reviews
9 Customer Reviews
Grab onto strong engine performance with Rugged Ridge Jeep Exhaust Headers. Specifically engineered to withstand extreme conditions and usage, these tough Jeep headers are ready to take on your most outrageous adventures.
The flanges on your new Rugged Ridge Jeep Exhaust Headers feature 360 degree welding that stands up to even the hottest conditions. So you can count on impressive performance and power even during long, hard drives. And, the high-quality materials ensure that your new jeep headers are in it for the long haul.
Even better, your new Jeep exhaust header kit comes complete with the manifold, gasket and hardware. So you’ll have everything that you need to bolt it on and hit the trails. Backed by a 3-year warranty.
9 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by James W (Gillette, WY) Reviewed for a 1998 Jeep Wrangler — Sep 25, 2012 9:38 AM
Received the product on time and I'm not much of a wrencher but started the daunting project and to my suprize I was done in about 2.5 to 3 hours. Fit and finish was great didn't have to do any mods which I had heard about on other sites for installation info. Jeep seems to have a bit more punch than it did before OEM header must have been cracked and leaking when purchased used. Great product and as always great customer service from Autos Anything. Thanks.
Reviewed by Fred M (Carpentersville, IL) Reviewed for a 1997 Jeep Wrangler — Mar 16, 2011 5:32 PM
Excellent price and a quality product. Without breaking the bank, a header that looks good and was an easy install with the proper fit. Quick delivery a plus as existing header went south just days before.
Reviewed by Ken P (Myton, UT) Reviewed for a 1993 Jeep Cherokee — Nov 12, 2010 8:35 AM
These headers have added to the power and ease for pulling hills and acceleration. Still checking mileage, on my 4.0L 6cyl. engine so far appears to have improved (was getting 17-18mpg, now looks like 20mpg) I'll a better idea after my next fill-up. Installation required a little bit of modification to the wider bases between the first and second and the fifth and sixth exhaust ports. The intake manifold for my fuel injection system would not fit between the slightly wider base flange (than the original manifold) metal. I ground away from the inside of each of those ports, approximately 3/32", which was a minor inconvience extending the installation time by about 45 minutes. Knowing in advance will reduce that time significantly.
Reviewed by Sam W (Tucson, AZ) — Mar 04, 2010 1:36 AM
I buoght this header and was Pleased when it arrived. Shipping was quick and the header itself seems to be very good quality. I took it to my local exhaust shop who has done several other vehicles for me. He got it installed but not without grinding on the underside of my intake mannafold. Was said to be oem replacement but was visibly larger than the stock unit. Now that it is installed it seems to be fine. Sound and performance are both good.
Reviewed by Bryan A (Cypress, CA) Reviewed for a 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee — Jan 11, 2010 10:02 PM
I purchased the unpolished stainless steel version. I tested it with a magnet and the material was definitely stainless and the welds looked very good. In design it looks very similar to the BANKS version at a fraction of the cost. Bolted right up and came with the new intake/exhaust gasket. I had to use the old flange studs because the new bolts were too long, but they fit just fine. Shipped from the factory in a timely manner as AutoAnything said it would. I liked the service I received and I'm happy with the replacement part. Two thumbs up on this one.
Reviewed by Robert M (Simi Valley, CA) Reviewed for a 2003 Jeep Wrangler — Jan 07, 2010 3:35 PM
I purchase the Rugged Ridge header to replace my Banks Torque Tube which developed a bad unrepairable leak in the junction of 3 tubes and Banks would not replace it as it was purchased through a dealer that went out of business (Banks no more!). The rugged Ridge welds are superior to the old one particularly in the troublesome tube junctions. All tubes and bends are identical to Banks and mounting flange is same thickness. Checking it on a flat table showed that the mounting surface is truer than the Banks as well. Only negative is that the welds are so heavy on the inside of the tubes to the flange that it restricts exhaust flow, negating much of the performance gains of a header versus the original manifold. I ported the openings quite a bit for better flow. Since it is about half the price and better constructed the Rugged Ridge header is a deal.