Hedman Hedders has taken hedder manufacturing to the next level by electing to use Type 304 stainless steel in the production of it's stainless line of hedders, instead of less expensive 409. Only a handful of manufacturers build their hedders in stainless, typically Type 409 grade material. Type 409 stainless is used in the production of automotive exhaust products for it's substantial heat and corrosion resistance at an affordable price.
"Although more expensive than 409 stainless, Hedman Hedders has chosen to use 304 stainless, because the higher Chromium and Nickel content of this alloy provides superior heat and corrosion resistance than 409 stainless. Additionally, the 304 material will not rust or flake like 409 stainless steel. This means Hedman's Stainless Hedders will retain a cleaner look, and hold up to extreme temperatures better than 409 stainless Hedders.
Hedman's Stainless hedders use sturdy 3/8" thick, laser cut flanges and as with any Hedman Hedder, all primary tubes have smooth flowing mandrel bends.
Currently available for MOPAR vehicles, other applications are currently in the works, and will be released shortly.
Founded in 1954, Hedman Hedders is the world's original hedder manufacturer. Hedman has the broadest collection of street Hedder applications for both passenger cars and trucks, each built in their 100,000 square foot facility in Whittier, California, and backed by a limited lifetime warranty from the factory.