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Old 07-20-2008, 12:49 AM
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working on the engine and not being able to pull the cab.

Lets say a guy wanted to remove the heads on a 6.0 liter without pulling or removing the engine, or lifting the cab can it be done?
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I guess what I should be asking is can a guy do the head stud himself in a garage. because I am feeling a litte sore at paying 3k to get em installed.
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Yes it can be done. I've seen couple theard that explain how they did it. Try this one it's got lot a bunch of pic's.

no pussyfooting around here on headstud job
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That should have been a link to a thread.
no pussyfooting around here on headstud job
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I guess what I should be asking is can a guy do the head stud himself in a garage. because I am feeling a litte sore at paying 3k to get em installed.
Where are you located at? If you were close enough to me you could do it in my shop, it has a lift.
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Old 07-20-2008, 11:16 AM
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far away. edmonton alberta canada.
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Old 07-27-2008, 05:49 PM
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not to highjack the thread but what's the part number on the arp studs?and where is the best place to get'em? my warranty runs out in sept and i think i have mt dealer talked into doing the headgaskets cuz i am still losing coolant after they did an egr cooler a few months back.
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xtreme diesel sells them... there are a number of different vendors that sell them here. i believe someone will probably be able to quote for u. i got mine at xtreme diesel for $500
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and wow that wow that really is no pussyfooting around on that head stud job lol....
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I got mine from Discount Power parts for MUCH cheaper than that. Contact Patrick for a quote....
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