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Congrats!!! Now I can bug heck out of you asking asinine questions!!


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Well I'll start ya off then ... I am in the process of replacing the HPOP and stand pipes on on the 03 6.0 at work. I have a lot of it torn down right now and will be taking the Y-pipes off today. I have read that the bolts to the exhaust manifold are 13mm on bottom and 10mm on top, is this correct? As far as removing the bolts do you have any quick tips, the room in that area is VERY limited. Also, as far as replacing the stand pipes, do you have any suggestions on removing the braided lines to get to them and what size socket do I need to replace them? Like I said, I am about to go do that today and any suggestions will really save me some time. Thanks in advance!!!


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Well I'll start ya off then ... I am in the process of replacing the HPOP and stand pipes on on the 03 6.0 at work. I have a lot of it torn down right now and will be taking the Y-pipes off today. I have read that the bolts to the exhaust manifold are 13mm on bottom and 10mm on top, is this correct? As far as removing the bolts do you have any quick tips, the room in that area is VERY limited. Also, as far as replacing the stand pipes, do you have any suggestions on removing the braided lines to get to them and what size socket do I need to replace them? Like I said, I am about to go do that today and any suggestions will really save me some time. Thanks in advance!!!
Yep 10 and 13mm, they're not bad to get to from the bottom. The hoses you push them down, move the coller in the direction of te arrows and pull apart. If you don't have a stc fitting tool, if you have one of those flat wrenches that comes with a grinder an will fit it will work. The stand pipe is a normal size I don't remember for sure but it was like 18-19 mm I think

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Well I'll start ya off then ... I am in the process of replacing the HPOP and stand pipes on on the 03 6.0 at work. I have a lot of it torn down right now and will be taking the Y-pipes off today. I have read that the bolts to the exhaust manifold are 13mm on bottom and 10mm on top, is this correct? As far as removing the bolts do you have any quick tips, the room in that area is VERY limited. Also, as far as replacing the stand pipes, do you have any suggestions on removing the braided lines to get to them and what size socket do I need to replace them? Like I said, I am about to go do that today and any suggestions will really save me some time. Thanks in advance!!!
Yes the exhaust to ypipes have a 10mm shoulder on them and the nut is 13mm,the sad part is they are sometime tough to get off!! You just have to get in there and get busy with it! I always replace the braided lines when i remove them if over 100k but some people dont its just a good idea to replace them if you have 100k or more on them and the socket is a 18mm or sometimes even a 19mm. The pease the braided line connect to is the check valve and i also replace them as well. The late 04 and up have the check valve in the stand pipe.


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