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Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Albuquerque, Nm
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BS!!!!! You do not have to remove the turbo. I have a Ca. truck, and I didn't remove the turbo. (though I'm not sure what you're referring to by Black Bosch Disk. Explain please.
If you want to, and feel comfortable, then you could always employ a dremel tool with cut off wheels and carve on the turbo pedistal a little to give yourself a little more room.
As for the wrench. I bought my 1 1/4" wrench at Napa. (their brand). If you have a torch, you could always heat up a section twards the box end, to bend it a little. All in all, it's not hard to get the Banjo bolt off. Once it's broke loose, it's screw right out. (fine thread) And when you pull the Heui pump, be carefull not to lose/ drop the plunger.
Don't burn your bridges, you might have to cross them again in life.
Don't sugar coat things. It covers up the taste of real life.
Providentia Remedium Belli
Early 1995 F-350 Crew Cab Long Bed
33" Hankook RT03 Muders
DIY Intake w/ Napa 6637 filter
3" DP to 4" exhaust
Charge Air Cooler
Upgraded gear reduction starter
Bypass Oil System
Bypass/ Coolant filter system