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Old 06-05-2012, 06:49 AM
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So being that i used 5-6 gal of coolant over the weekend and i have the dreded "tea kettle" noise i thinks its time to shop for the solution kit and a shop to do it so....who has the best solution kit i want to be cheap but i want it to be good right now i am looking at PMM's kit with the oil cooler included and oem gaskets anyone else have a preference or a cheaper place with good stuff? also i've asked before and got nowhere Does anyone know of a good diesel shop in central pa I am in Dubois pa about 45min north west of Penn State for those not familiar with pennsylvania.
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Heard real good things on these guys

Little powershop, 60 miles from you in bradford

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they also stock all your parts
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Heard real good things on these guys

Little powershop, 60 miles from you in bradford

Diesel Pickup Repair and Performance Parts

they also stock all your parts
i've also heard good things about them its just a little farther than i wanted to travel due to either needing to stay there if they can do it in 2 days or needing a ride home but they are not completely ruled out.
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no other opinions?
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I just finished my truck tonight i went with sinister complete solution kit for my truck 1400 i believe that was egr delete and oem head gaskets fyi

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I just finished my truck tonight i went with sinister complete solution kit for my truck 1400 i believe that was egr delete and oem head gaskets fyi

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i take it you did it yourself....how big of a pita is it? i've been trying to find a shop to do it and i'm not having much luck they all want a fortune for labor.
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My buddy and i did it i have to say it wasnt as bad as i thought it would be but i will say you need an assortment of tools swivels and small hands also be creative when stuck it only helps otherwise the head shop took 5 damn days to get my heads back which was crazy long. Really just take lots of pictures and take your time took us 7 hrs to tear the motor down and remove the heads took about another 8 to reinstall everything....oil cooler egr delete heads studs coolant flush and cat1 fill love the way my truck runs and it starts was better than it ever did....after we got it started never thought air could take so long to get outta a system the 6 liter bible was a huge help with remembering where things went and torque specs

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6liter bible? not sure what that is.
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