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Old 10-12-2012, 08:01 PM
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working on step 2 ( Cab on head stud/manifold install)

well i finally recieved the rest of my latest parts and im in the process of installing. heres the new arrivals. arp head studs, ported and coated 6.0 manifolds, rudys custom up pipes coated, and a double disc sintered iron clutch. i started the installing today and its definately a process that requires some patience! so far i have the old clutch out and the new flywheel in. the manifolds are in and the driver side head is now done and studded. by the way im doing all of this cab on which is a good reason why its taking two days.

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Hopefully the job goes well for you

How were the studs to do so far?
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Pics and updates please! How did the studding go with the cab on?

Did you pull one stud at a time or pull the heads?
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Good Luck !! Yes Pataince is key , let us know how it goes !!
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It would probably take me a week lol.
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Well all done! i just drove the truck home from my dads garage and all is well so far on the maiden voyage. it was was getting a little late so i just kinda did a good once over before i decided to head home with it. ill be doing the coolant flush tomorrow as well.

Anyhow i took some pictures and im not sure how to post them but ill figure that out soon. But i did the studs one at a time. that acually wasnt all that bad. i was really surprised. now dont get me wrong there isnt a lot of room on the back studs but it can be done. ill get a write up done here soon though!
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Interested in seeing your write up and pics. I will be doing head studs possibly in the spring.
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Well all done! i just drove the truck home from my dads garage and all is well so far on the maiden voyage. it was was getting a little late so i just kinda did a good once over before i decided to head home with it. ill be doing the coolant flush tomorrow as well.

Anyhow i took some pictures and im not sure how to post them but ill figure that out soon. But i did the studs one at a time. that acually wasnt all that bad. i was really surprised. now dont get me wrong there isnt a lot of room on the back studs but it can be done. ill get a write up done here soon though!
Thanks for the update and feedback. If you need help hosting them let me know and I can help you out.
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Awesome!

Please post the how to of the studs one at a time. I'm very interested
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