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need parts list for engine removal

Ight guys and gals I found my timing cover for my truck to replace the cracked on. Any help on what gaskets and other parts I will need wold be very helpful. I am going to list what I know I need to change while it's out. If there is anything else you think I should change please let me know.

Oil cooler rebuild kit
New hpop going with the t500
New water pump
New fuel pump and repair and replace any hoses and o rings. If anyone has any suggestions or part numbers for this please let me know Because I'm not sure what is all needed for this
Down pipe and full exhaust

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Change the up pipes, a lot easier to do with the engine out

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A tube of good silicone. You need to drop the oil pan to remove the timing cover.

Of course you will also need the 2 rubber gaskets to attach the timing cover to the block, as well as the one for the HPOP resi, and the oil pickup tube gasket.

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Thanks guys. This is the info I'm looking for. New to the diesel world but not building gas burners. Bought the truck about 8 months ago for 3400 and so far all I have done is repair stuff. But I love my ccswb truck
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