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need new tubro boots ?? the blue ones

i not sure what they would be called but the blue boots on the turbo and one down by passanger frame below the head light they both are on the same pipe going to the turbo lol but i need new ones any one have any place where i can get some new ones mine are just getting old and i think one has a hole in it ??? ill get pics tom to show what i talkin about there are only two of them

i was wondering if they make aftermarket ones , better then fords

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also dose anyone know where the best place to buy a CCV mod or is it just something everyone makes them self : pics will help thanks

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Here you go, the best ones you can get. You might not like the price, but they're the best for a reason.
http://www.dieselsite.com/typical2005-200760l.aspx

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I got my new boots from RiffRaff Diesel and they are doing good so for.
They were also the best price.

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Those are the two that I would go with and if it were me I would go with the diesel site hoses as they are made to handle oil will probably last longer than your truck body will.

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x2 for dieselsite boots...Not a lick of a problem, or a drop of oil after doin the CCV mod. If there was food on top of them, Id eat it, thats how clean they stay. And ya, not the cheapest thing Ive put on the truck, but not the most expensive either.

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I've got diesel site boots on mine and they come with the clamps and are great. The ford boots don't come with clamps.

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I've got diesel site boots on mine and they come with the clamps and are great. The ford boots don't come with clamps.
Ya not to mention the Ford ones come with staples/holes in them right out of the box..hmm wonder what this is gunna cause...

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the staples don't cause the boots to leak. they're there to keep the clamp from moving out of position when it's tightened.

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That makes sense. Although I guess mine moved around because they stretched the hole out. But ya that makes sense!

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ARP headstuds
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EGR Delete
FICM fixed by Ed/tuned by PHP
S&B Intake
Dfuser Coolant Filter Kit


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