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Old 02-20-2011, 08:35 PM
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EGR Delete. Is this a cab off procedure?

Was going to leave my truck all stock but now I'm thinking about doing a EGR Delete. Do you have to take the cab off to do this easily or can it be done in the driveway by a weekend mechanic with the cab on?
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Weekend job, hardest part is the step ladder needed to climb in and out for your tools!!!



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Old 02-21-2011, 04:14 AM
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Holy crap.....you've taken everything off the top of the engine. What all do you have to remove to do this?
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I had to do this also ,due to fact my oil cooler was replaced at same time , you can do it with intake in place , but all bolts still have to be removed , and inj. harness un plugged..
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Its not bad if you are good with a wrench. Scotts guy did mine in an hour while we were at the car wash washing his truck
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Its not bad if you are good with a wrench. Scotts guy did mine in an hour while we were at the car wash washing his truck
Scott? Are you saying you paid someone to do it for you?
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Old 02-21-2011, 06:21 AM
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The only cab-off jobs for me, are when either the cylinder head(s) or the engine itself require removal for whatever reason. Everything else can be done with the cab bolted in place.
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Scott? Are you saying you paid someone to do it for you?
Yeah. Normally I wouldnt have had someone else do it. But this worked out really well.
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