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138000 miles are on the truck. Its an 04. No known head gasket issues. I did have some puking awhile back but replaced the cap and no problems since.
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I had 110,000 on my truck when I did it. I bought the truck used so who knows what was done before that. Since then I have had 7000-8000 miles on the studs and have had no issues. I have hit over 35psi of boost, hit over 1800 degrees of EGT and use it as my test truck for all the MAD experiments, and not one problem. I have done four trucks including my own and have had no problems, even crazy Bert's truck hit 35psi over 1800 degrees with WOT towing 24000lbs on looney wild over 100mph. If that guy hasn't blown a head gasket then the method works for sure. I just did the method with Nate(windrunner408) and he couldn't believe how easy it was. We did studs, egr delete, oil cooler, and rebuilt stage 1 turbo in 12 hours. I think would be faster since we had alittle problems. I really think next time 8 hours for sure, I have worked on over 6 of these 6.0 powerstrokes head removal and all so you start to get good at it.
2004 F250 Ext.cab fabtech 5.5" lift,and traction bars 35" on 18".2005-2007 grill and LED headlights,58v FICM, Warren dual HPOP system, fuel reg. return system, areo 1000a fuel pump, dual fuel filters, ARP studded heads, CCV reroute, EGR delete, 225/75 Warren injectors, water/meth injection (cooling mist),SCT tuner with customs, banks intercooler. MTW stage 4 turbo, built trans by Andy Warren, 4:10 Detroit lockers.