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post #1 of 12 Old 10-14-2009, 06:24 AM Thread Starter
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full egr delete or save for studs

Hey guys im thinking bout tring to make my truck a little more reliable and i was thinkin for doing the full egr delete or saving up a little more money and just doing studs. I have a egr block pipe already. What do you guys think. Thanks for any help guys

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yep i like to know too.. im in the same boat now

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glad im not the only one lol. Hopefully someone will chime in soon

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I would save for studs. If you have an egr block pipe it is very unlikley that you will have any egr related problems.

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save for studs, and do your own EGR delete... all you need is a chop saw, some welding, and a 180* bend rubber hose for the delete
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I would save for studs. If you have an egr block pipe it is very unlikley that you will have any egr related problems.
ya that is very true

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just save and do them both at the same time. youll thank me later. everything to do the delete has to come off to do the studs. 2 birds one stone.

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just save and do them both at the same time. youll thank me later. everything to do the delete has to come off to do the studs. 2 birds one stone.
great thinking

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Well to change head gaskets will cost way more than changing out an egr cooler, so I'd say if I had to do one it would be studs first.

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im lookin at $2000+ for studs right?

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