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Old 08-29-2010, 01:04 PM
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Need parts list for putting head studs in.

What do I all need to get to do the job right the first time. I know to get arp headstuds and egr delete. Should I do the oil cooler well its all apart and what gaskets do I all need. Also whats the best head gaskets to go with.
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Old 08-29-2010, 02:53 PM
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Head stud kit
Head gasket set (Make sure you get the right dowel size)
Oil cooler rebuild kit (6A642-CA)
Screen under oil cooler (6C683 -- may come in the oil cooler kit, sometimes they do, depends on what date it was packaged)
One-piece STC fitting kit (Might as well do it while you're in there)
Updated turbo drain (9T515)
Pop the turbo apart make sure its not all carboned up, make sure the unison ring is in good shape (6C885 is the unison ring part number)
You'll need an intake manifold set if you aren't buying an EGR cooler, or it doesnt come in the kit.
Turbo mounting hardware.
Updated Fuel Pressure Regulator (9T517-AG, I THINK is the basic part number and suffix for the one with the updated blue spring)
Flush the cooling system out good with VC-9 iron cleaner.
Put a thermostat in it while it's apart.
Check the fan clutch and make sure it's OK.

I'm sure there's some **** I'm forgetting...
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Old 08-29-2010, 02:56 PM
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Also, what year is your truck? If it's pre 05, you don't need the STC fitting.

Also, check the EBP sensor, pigtail, and tube. You need to determine the root cause of the headgasket failure, also.

Verify cooling system operation, turbo VGT operation, EBP sensor functionality, fan clutch operation as well as restriction through the cooling stack (leaves, dirt, small children, etc.)

Make sure the heads are straight, clean the deck surface only with a brass scraper and brake/parts cleaner, DO NOT MILL THE HEADS, and DO NOT USE A ROLOC/3M WHIZZY WHEEL DISC TO CLEAN THE DECK OR HEAD SURFACE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES
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Old 08-29-2010, 06:02 PM
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holy **** dude

i just did the egr delete,studs w/ gaskets,and that was it ....
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Old 08-29-2010, 06:51 PM
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Big Angry Hillbilly has good instruction, you dont want to keep going back in there.
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