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I was wondering if anybody knew a ballpark price of labor to replace head bolts with arp head studs?? I saw on YouTube a master tech had the cab off in an hour...I know Ford charges by the book so...any idea??? How bout mechanic recommendations?? Live in western mass but willing to drive...thanks guys glad I joined everyone's been real helpful
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I had an egr delete, oem gaskets, and arp studs put in for 2300

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Was that at Ford?
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Typically a complete bulletproof, with cooler standpipes, orings stc, turbo cleaning egr delete, and studs all new gaskets and seals comes out around 4500 dollars
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Was that at Ford?
No it was from a local guy around here.

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Cool thanks guys
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Is that $4500 just labor costs or with parts???
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$4,600 for complete high pressure oil circuit rebuild, IPR sensor, oil cooler, new Y-pipe, studs and gaskets. This truck better make it to 300k miles with minimal repairs after that bill.
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Quite honestly it depends on your location. The prices seem to range by about $2000 just simply due to location.
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If they're doing the studs and have the cab off it should be a breeze to add anything to that process, just wondering the labor cost of doing studs...
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