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So I want to buy the 110hp injectors for my truck and I want to do it myself (probably stupid but ya gotta learn some how) but here the thing do I really...really have to lift the cab off? I know on the 6.0 that a couple of the right side head bolts could not be removed/installed because the cab got in the way...is this the case with 6.4?....really dont want to pay a damn shop to do it...the locall diesel performance shop turned me down anyway because they had never touched a 6.4 before and didnt want to risk it so the said a ford dealer would have to do it.. haha yeah fat chance.

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So I want to buy the 110hp injectors for my truck and I want to do it myself (probably stupid but ya gotta learn some how) but here the thing do I really...really have to lift the cab off? I know on the 6.0 that a couple of the right side head bolts could not be removed/installed because the cab got in the way...is this the case with 6.4?....really dont want to pay a damn shop to do it...the locall diesel performance shop turned me down anyway because they had never touched a 6.4 before and didnt want to risk it so the said a ford dealer would have to do it.. haha yeah fat chance.

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It can be done with the cab left on.
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Even on a 6.0 you can get those 2 bolts out by jacking up the transmission. The Injectors are not that bad, gimme a call and I can walk you through everything!
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