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Question necessary to replace cups when removing injectors?

As the title says is it necessary, i need to pull an injector to retrieve a busted glow plug i need to punch through into the cylinder. i was gonna pull injector and use pencil magnet before pulling head. Only question now is do i need to replace the cup when i do it.

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Never done it before and need to know, trying to get a truck back to life on a time frame here.

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no, if your injector cups are in good shape there is no need to replace them.



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Cool i didnt think so but wasnt sure, i need to pull the one but needed to know if i had to replace that cup before putting it back. Thanks for the reply.

97 medium toredor red metallic f350 XLT CCLB ZF5 7.3 4wd
WWII, 1.00 housing, HPO X-over, 3" dp, 4" exhaust, Tymar intake, riff raff boots, 6.0 fan, tow pig in progress

00 Dutchman classic 30' 5er
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