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Where can I get the 2 blue rubber boots for a decent price? Mine have soaked through and everywhere i look they're around $200? Appreciate any help, thanks!
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Where can I get the 2 blue rubber boots for a decent price? Mine have soaked through and everywhere i look they're around $200? Appreciate any help, thanks!
E-bay, I just bought the oem pipe to turbo boot for $48 free shipping. I believe it was snovalleydiesel.com

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shop around. On ebay I found a hot side upper boot for $39 and the lower for $30

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whats the actual name of these boots? Im coming up short on search results... thanks for the help
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Lot of guys get there boots here
Riffraff Diesel Performance Parts: - Intercooler Boots
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swapping plastic CAC tube for metal CAC tube
Cold side $105.49 + shipping from Tousley Ford.
Part No. 6C3Z-6C640-AA, that includes the duct, both boots and all 4 clamps
"Ford has upgraded the boots, but not sure exactly how much better these are from the originals. You'd be looking at $39.56 and $44.98, and have plenty in stock (6C3Z-6A640-B for the straight one, 6C3Z-6C640-A for the angled one off of the turbo) It seems like the hot one off of the turbo is the first to go. These will not come with clamps, but most are able to reuse the old ones."
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I'd do the CCV mod, otherwise you'll just get more oil in there and soak up.



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www.dieselsite.com expensive but look very well built IMO.

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NOT Dieselsite. There's been many issues with the inner coating peeling off and going into the system



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Lot of guys get there boots here
Riffraff Diesel Performance Parts: - Intercooler Boots
or
swapping plastic CAC tube for metal CAC tube
Cold side $105.49 + shipping from Tousley Ford.
Part No. 6C3Z-6C640-AA, that includes the duct, both boots and all 4 clamps
"Ford has upgraded the boots, but not sure exactly how much better these are from the originals. You'd be looking at $39.56 and $44.98, and have plenty in stock (6C3Z-6A640-B for the straight one, 6C3Z-6C640-A for the angled one off of the turbo) It seems like the hot one off of the turbo is the first to go. These will not come with clamps, but most are able to reuse the old ones."
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What size is the new metal tube for the intercooler? I was contemplating get one but the dealer here wants $149 and after shipping from Tousley to Kodiak, AK...I'd be better buying it here, but if it's not 3.5", I'll just spend the extra coin to get the 3.5" tube.

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