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6.4 engine options?

My dads coworker has an 08 and I guess he lost a turbo wheel and it went through the motor... Guess there is metal in the oil filter.
What recommendations are out there for a reman or new motor?

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how the hell did a turbo wheel firstly get through the intercooler and secondly get into the oil.

find out what went wrong with the truck
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how the hell did a turbo wheel firstly get through the intercooler and secondly get into the oil.

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Not sure but I guess it did...

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We had this happen recently. The customer hadn't changed his oil in over 40k miles. Yes the high turbo lost a wheel. No it did not directly cause the engine damage.

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