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CPS- Ford or International?

I am going to purchase a couple of CPS for my 95 and want to know which ios better and if I need to do anything when installing an International CPS or is just like the ford just swap it out? Thanks
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Get the one listed here, Improved Blue CPS for 7.3L Ford Powerstroke Diesel

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That is the one I purchased also, what toiols are needed to swap these out do you know? One other person said they keep a 10 mm wrench I guess it is a common tool for these trucks? T ussually carry a toolbag whereever I go in all my vehicles since they start around 1964, 1995 & 2001 is my newest truck. Can't asfford a new one too many kids should have kept the thing in mjy pants (LOL).
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That is one nice truck, I like that white look it really looks good with the chrome. Like the stance also real nice truck. Mine is nothing like that but with a few years of swappin body parts I will get it lookin a great deal better than when i bought it. Cant wait to get my tags have been working and can not get off to go to MVA.
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A 10 mm wrench or socket is what is needed to change the cps. Thanks for the compliments on the truck, I'm pretty proud of it. Bought it in 01 for $8800 and have done something to improve it just about every year. Even though I could get a new truck I don't want one, working on trucks for other people make me appreciate mine even more.

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hats off

my hats off to you that is much nicer than buying off a showroom floor, it really means alot when our sweat is what goes into a projkect. really is a sense of accomplishment. i would have to take out a loan to buy a new one, not for me. like the classics!
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