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Location: Calgary, Alberta
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If you consider the fustration of removing the turbo, it is waaaaay easier just to try to work around it. Once you crack loose the banjo bolt, it takes a few minutes of finger banging to get it backed out, and set it under the turbo. A couple taps against the banjo fitting pops it loose, the rest is just gravy.... On reassembly, the banjo bolt is a bit of a pain to line up and start threading, but much easier than the rear turbo pedistal bolts!
1996 F250 SC/SB 4X4 XLT
1997 F250 RC/SB 2WD project
2008 F350 CC/LB 4X4 DRW Lariat, 3" cow catcher mod
2008 Ranger SC FX4
If your posting pictures bill, everyone dim their screens, that CAT YELLOW is bright
Is there anything you DONT take apart and **** with?
I still say that those Dodge mirrors have as much business on a OBS Ford as yoga pants have on a fat chick...my .02