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6.4l egr delete install

I bought a kit from a forum member who was getting rid of his truck. I have the elite egr delete with wastegate and looks like most of the pieces, but i have no guidance on install. If anyone has a installation sheet or a write up it would be greatly appreciated.

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For an easy install, I would recommend pulling the cab. It would be a major PITA if you tried to do it cab on. Also, depending on which kit it is, you might need to do some welding. Where are you located? You might want to have an experienced shop do the install.

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I have all the pieces and stuff fabricatated including the down pipe since he already welded in place. Just need a general run down on what all has to happen should be pretty easy install

2011 f250 Ccsb 4 x 4 brown lariat black leather
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08 F250 cc sb 4x4 Spartan 300 kem 345 dd 4" power stroker 67 4" afe down pipe back exhaust with muffler 37" toyos afe stage 2 si 3" cac pipe
Elite Egr Cooler delete with Wastegate.
Viair on board air system
New custom painted winch bumper with mile marker winch
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