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Parts needed for 03 turbo swap??? pedestal part#?

I have the turbo, but what else is needed? I'm currently looking for a pedestal as well. anyone know the part number?

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You can use your pedestal you just wont have a third bolt. I havent had a third bolt for 2 years now and never had a problem.



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I also have an 03 on the 06 pedestal. I don't even run the 2nd bolt. Maybe I will once I stop turbo swapping so much!
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I also have an 03 on the 06 pedestal. I don't even run the 2nd bolt. Maybe I will once I stop turbo swapping so much!
Ha Ha... I read your whole sad story and you have some bad luck my friend... I bet you are getting pretty good on swapping out the turbo


I just put an 03 turbo on my 04 pedastal and I also did not run the third bolt. It fit perfect

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I run my 04 turbo on my 04 pedastal and i still dont even run the 3rd bolt. That third bolt is worthless and a pain in the butt to get sometimes

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03 turbo on 04.5 pedestal, no issues here


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I never put that back bolt in anytime I work on a Turbo. Round one off and you'll know why.
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I never put that back bolt in anytime I work on a Turbo. Round one off and you'll know why.
i can tell ya from experience... i rounded the one off on my 05... fought it for a day and a half... finally got the cuttin torch out... never again have i put the rear bolt in.

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wow, i guess i really shouldn't even bother than. Thanks for the help

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There are three bolts??!!??
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