1966-67 Ford 7-Litre Dual Exhaust

1966-67 Ford 7-Litre Dual Exhaust


This listing covers MY’s 1966 and 1967 Ford 7-Liter’s stock with the 428ci V8. If you have a 1966 427ci or a 1967 427ci in your Ford 7-Litre (instead of the stock 428ci) we can help you put a 7-Litre system on your Ford.

Photo depicts the system for MY 1966 7 Litre.

  • Ford 7-Liter exhaust system consists of the H pipe, LS/RS front glasspacks, and LS/RS rear tailpipes w/glasspacks. Tailpipes include welded hanger attachment brackets and angle-cut turn-downs as shown.
  • Pipe diameter of the stock 428ci is 2″OD through out. The 427ci H pipe starts out at 2½” OD but quickly reduces to 2″ and remains 2″ through out.
  • The body diameter of all 4 glasspacks will be 3½” OD if order an aluminized steel system and 3″ OD if ordering a T409 stainless steel system.
  • Price: $5.00
  • Price: $4.00
  • Price: $11.00
  • Price: $158.00
    Waldron's Exhaust reproduces these OE correct muffler hangers. These hangers will NOT work on MY 1967. Correct to 1966 only. OE correct TP hangers are NA.
  • Price: $10.00
  • $0.00


  • Our exhaust systems are made to order. For our current lead time, please refer to the gray banner above.
  • For orders shipping within the 48 USA contiguous states, the shipping charges will calculate correctly. For orders shipping outside the 48 USA contiguous states, please submit your order without payment, we will get in touch with you with your shipping options and get your order completed.
  • The following statement pertains to pipes only (mufflers have a 1 year warranty regardless of material chosen) and to vehicles that are not daily drivers and are stored in an enclosed building: Aluminized Steel has a life expectancy of 20-25 years and is considered to be truer to the original material on vintage vehicles. T409 Stainless Steel is ferric and magnets will stick to it. T409 stainless steel is the same type of stainless used by car manufactures today and will never rust through, although it may develop pock-marks of rust which can simply be buffed out.
  • When building our exhaust systems; where (or if) it requires a pipe diameter of 2” or larger, it will be 14-gauge tubing, where (or if) it requires a pipe diameter smaller than 2”, it will be 16-gauge tubing.
  • Check out our On-line Swap Meet for both aftermarket and OEM (some) H pipes and Y pipes, along with “odd ball” mufflers.

SKU: 518719

Additional information


Aluminized Steel, T409 Stainless Steel

Shipping Options

With Pipes Full Length, With Pipes Cut


Go to Top