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Tearing it apart...

Made a 700 mile trip to pick up a trailer, started heading back and my eot and ect were up to 35* apart, so I got home and thought I would flush the system before I made the same trip two wks later, I flushed it with Prestone flush and simple green about 4 times, and then just straight water which looked really clean in my bucket. Filled the trailer full of my stuff since I was moving and on the way my difference kept climbing an went as much as 58* difference between the two, this was at 2am so my choice was to try to make it and see what happens, today I unhooked the trailer and drove down the highway and just empty it shot up to 28* difference.. My fan clutch had been out since I bought the truck last summer, so it's time for it anyways, and I won a alligator egr delete at a raffle for 1 dollar lol, so I figured I may as well tear it apart and do the oil cooler as well as the other items. My question, should I flush it out now before I get the parts or after or both? And what else should I get while I'm there?
On order are the fan clutch, bulletproof waterpump, oil cooler and Stc fitting and then I have my egr delete and already haven dummy plugs and pipes

04 king ranch fx4, sct x2, cts monitor, zoodad, cai, 5" exhaust, alligator delete, 6.4 banjo's, blue spring, mtw hybrid w/03 wheel, smoked lights, 2012 bumper, mtx stereo sytem
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