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Old 03-12-2010, 03:53 PM
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Body Off? You betcha!

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Originally Posted by 2011 F-350 Super Duty 6.7 Diesel Shop Manual
Engine Removal:
  1. Remove the body. For additional information, refer to Section 502-02.
No WSM procedures for cylinder head gaskets yet.

That is all.
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so much for that

be so much nicer if they just made them like the big rigs.
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Old 03-12-2010, 04:42 PM
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tilt hoods would be sweet!
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i wonder why they dont, it would have to be cheaper than all that metal.
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Cab off is not that bad guys....and it opens up EVERYTHING!
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cab off pretty much makes you take it in to a shop to do that kind of work. i know i dont have a lift in my garage to yank that sucker off.
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cab off pretty much makes you take it in to a shop to do that kind of work. i know i dont have a lift in my garage to yank that sucker off.
For only 2 grand you could. Just think, your labor for them doing it would cut into that price pretty good!
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a tilt hood on a superduty would be completely badass!!
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For only 2 grand you could. Just think, your labor for them doing it would cut into that price pretty good!

i would love a lift in my garage, only problem with that is that it just isnt tall enough for it.
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you have to do the same thing with the 08+'s right? so whats the big difference
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