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Old 12-23-2012, 02:04 PM
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stand pipes/how big. 911

2005 250

Are the stand pipes the same size as the dummy plugs, I just pulled mine..or at least I think I pulled the stand pipe, but it was really short, is this supposed to be a two piece deal?

any help will be appreciated...thanks
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the d plugs are towards the front and are short the standpipes are towards the rear and are longer and 2 peice sometimes it comes out together other times have to pull oil rail off to get bottom half
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Ok, so it is a two piece deal, so basically I need to remove the assembly they thread into"Rail" in order to get the bottom part of the stand pipe?
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Yes, you'll have to remove rail.
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the stand pipes are a 2 peice yes and they are towards the rear
the short plugs are the dummy plugs towards front yes once removed if it doesnt come out together (standpipes) then the oil rail should pull up and off to get bottom half
there are some stickys on here as well with pictures also
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Just did the initial detorque on all to the torque bolts, this is going to get messy isnt?
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lol...it got messy, i got three trail marks across my drive way...lol..

I did find good seals, im gonna assume that the stand pipe should be hollow all the way through?
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gents I appreciate it, nothing seems out of the ordinary, im going to hit the local ford dealer in the morning to see if they have the upgraded style on hand. I dont want it pulled apart to long.
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yes the trail of oil is almost unavoidable. I've left the rail drain over the head for a seemingly infinite amount of time only to have it start pouring the exact moment in time I begin to move it away.
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Trail of tears.....
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