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Location: Lehi, Utah
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I put a 1.0 housing on my truck and I will tell you right now it is not a good time. With mine I had to pull the complete turbo and pedestal to be able to seperate the housing from the rest of the turbo. You will have to remove any of your intake hoses and the down pipe will have to be disconnected from the turbo. Then there is four bolts that hold the pedestal to the motor and several more that hold the housing to the Up pipes. You will learn to hate the rear bolt on the drivers side cause the actuator for the EBPV is in the way. Once you get the pedestal and the turbo pulled from the truck then you will have to remove the EBPV housing from the trubo and then you can unbolt and seperate the housing from the rest of the turbo. I would get some good penetrating oil on the bolts and housing right away. Everything will go back in just the reverse order. Also the two O rings go between the pedestal and the top of the motor. I am sure I am missing something but that is the general idea. Good Luck.
95' F-350 PSD, CC, 4x4, LB, srw, auto w/4:10s, Stage 1 injectors (RDS), 17* HPOP (mod by Joey at TE), Wildman Chip, EBPV gone, Down Pipe, Stainless Monster Exhaust, AFE intake, Techni-Cooler, 120V IDM, Sky 3" RSK, 2" add-a-leaf on rear, Bilsteins, Onboard Air, Front and Rear Bags, Weld Cheyenne 8's, BFG Mud35/12.50 on 18's
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Last edited by jcmagone; 02-15-2008 at 11:02 AM.
Reason: Poor spelling and I am sure there is more.