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Old 02-24-2010, 12:52 PM
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NEED PARTS LIST...EGR delete/ARP studs

I need to know what parts/gaskets you guys recommend, and whether or not I should order OEM or aftermarket. Also, anything I should have done while its torn apart? Im having this done in 3 weeks, so I need to get some parts on order.

If you guys have input on which Vendors have the best prices on this stuff, let me know please.

EGR delete kit -- RCD
ARP studs -- Browns Diesel


head gaskets?
intake gaskets?
Oil cooler?
Oil cooler filter?

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Old 02-24-2010, 12:59 PM
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Oil cooler rebuild kit, coolant filtration system, OEM gaskets or Black onyx gaskets
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we have headgaskets and studs available

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Abrannan do you use the black gaskets you sell? Do you prefer them over OEM?
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Im looking for the same info. My injectors are shot, so I figure do the studs and injectors in one shot. I am thinking arp studs, black onyx gaskets, elite sticks. Im just not sure what all i need, as far as other gaskets, crush washers, things like that.

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Be sure to do the IPR sensor, and the STC fitting on the back of the HPOP to prevent later problems.
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I was wondering if i should send my heads out to have them checked, How often are they actully warped?
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I was wondering if i should send my heads out to have them checked, How often are they actully warped?
Absolutely send them to get the checked. That is, unless you want to do gaskets again
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Absolutely send them to get the checked. That is, unless you want to do gaskets again
My work is being done by a ford tech. Will he not be able to tell if they are good or bad by micing them? He's done a few deletes and stud installs
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I dont have them on my personal truck but i would not hesitate to install them on my truck now if it was apart, we install them on all the trucks that come to our shop for studs.
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