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Old 10-07-2013, 07:12 AM
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Pull the cab or pull the engine

Broke two bolts going from the turbo housing to exhaust collector y pipe and I would just take the two pipes feeding from exhaust manifold to it off but, PO genius thought it be best to weld the coupling to it. So should I just pull the cab to repair all this or pull the engine. I also am trying to get the pedestal off to delete the EBPV and putting a diamond eye turbo back exhaust on it. It's single cab flatbed truck with ZF5
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Pull motor.
It's pretty painless
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You can't just un bolt the up pipes outta there and pull the y and the up pipes at the same time?
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Old 10-07-2013, 08:46 AM
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i'm with kris on this one. and if need be cut the the up pipes used ones can be picked up really cheap
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Nobody else seeing this??????

Spud, how did you get the turbo off the pedestal with studs still in the exhaust collector and the pedestal still in the truck????????????

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Old 10-07-2013, 09:50 AM
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Ohh I saw it, just figured he put it back in
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.....or pull the engine. I also am trying to get the pedestal off to delete the EBPV and putting a diamond eye.....
Doesn't sound like he's gotten that far yet.
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Old 10-07-2013, 10:18 AM
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How in the world
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Easy just unbolted the four bolts under the pedestal to turbo off take the down pipe off took the lift pump out pulled the fuel canister too and took the 4 bolts off the exhaust collector. Did I do what most consider impossible cause the four bolts on the exhaust collector?
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Me tooooo, WTF

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