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Before I order parts questions.

I'm gonna be placing an order with Tousley Ford Friday. Here's a list of parts I plan on ordering.

6.4 Banjo bolts and washers
Updated FPR
Updated Drain pipe
Updated Infeed pipe
Updated STC fitting
Updated Stand pipes
Updated Dummy plugs

Before I order all of this I just wanted to make sure that my truck doesn't already have any of this. Taking into consideration the previous owner didn't do any of them.
My truck is a 2005 F250 4x4

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I'm gonna be placing an order with Tousley Ford Friday. Her's a list of parts I plan on ordering.

Updated FPR
6.4 Banjo bolts and washers
Updated Drain pipe Updated Infeed pipe
Updated STC fitting
Updated Stand pipes
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Original post updated I hit the wrong button before I was finished.

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They are all updated, recent release parts.
The ONLY ones you MIGHT have are the STC fitting and the turbo oil drain, but unless theres been recent work, those are doubtful.

The 6.4 banjo bolt has a huge green dot on it. If you don't see a green dot, those are not there.
The turbo oil supply line is a hard-line all the way to the turbo. If you still have a section of stainless steel on your feed line, it has not been done.
If he updated the FP spring, you should be able to see that the housing where the fuel return line connects is newer looking than the rest of the fuel bowl.
The updated stc fitting, standpipes and dummy plugs would require disassembly to actually look at them.
You might consider the "one piece" STC fitting available at Bulletproof diesel for about 60 bucks.
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I looked at the Bulletproof STC fitting and it looks just like the Ford part someone please correct me if I'm wrong and tell me what the difference is. I can buy the Ford STC for 38 dollars and change.

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I mentioned it thinking that it was different, but if its the same.... get the Ford one (and save the $20). I was under the assumption that the Ford unit was just a bracket that held the fitting more securely. I am probably wrong in my assumption, we all know what happens when we assume.............
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Do the 6.4 banjo bolts have any chance of ruining yhe fuel system??
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Tell you the truth, I am not sure. (at least I will admit it)
The 6.0 banjo bolts have a "check valve" incorporated into them. From my little bit of digging on the reason for those, is that there seems to be a certain set of circumstances that could set up a reversion wave within the heads and this "check valve" was put in place to stop that from happening. What sets it off and what are its consequences? I can't answer that either, and I have them on my truck.
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Hey NYC, I had a cab off head gasket replacement and ARP stud install done by Ford under warranty back in Dec. 2010. What do you think the chances are that I have any of these updated parts. I know I have the pink dot EGR valve. I also had new oil and EGR coolers installed under warranty back in Oct.2010.

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Well, look at it this way:
If your parts were still "good" in Fords eyes, you got your old parts back.
Take a peek at your oil supply line, if it has the stainless steel section, it is the old part. The newest version of that line is a hard line from the oil cooler cover all the way to the turbo. That will at least give you an idea if they put anything new on it.
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