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Im trying to find the emissions pipeing for my 87 ltd its a 5.8 police package and i cant fide the pipes any ideas??

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Go to a salvage yard and look at econoline van or f150 because both of these had the 5.8 motors in them also and you should be able to find your part on one of these

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