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Old 08-30-2013, 07:01 PM
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Bellowed Up Pipes

Just incase anyone is looking for some, with out the $800 price tag.

I needed to do something with my leaking up pipes while I had the turbo out and trying to find something other then the IH $800 took me some looking.

I found a couple options....

Whites Diesel.
All new stainless One piece
$450 shipped

EDIT
Just a FYI about the "whites diesel" Up pipes. They are NOT theirs, They are made by Irate.

I happen to be going thru my cardboard boxes and seen an Irate packing slip. The I put 2 and 2 together. My pipes did not come in time(like whites said) because Jake(@ Irate) had to make them.

Whited marked them up at least $25 and had Jake drop ship them after had made them.

Save yourself the headaches and just get them from Irate




Irate
$425

Bar None Diesel
Recycled factory pipe w bellows added and no more donut, now uses gasket
$435

Rosewood
(I think they are just like Bar none)
$200

I went with the Whites Diesel ones. Very nice piece
I did NOT use the supplied hardware. it was JUNK. I reused my studs/bolts from the collector and had New Ford hardware for the pipe/manifold

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Old 08-30-2013, 07:34 PM
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Thanks brad, but rosewood seems the cheapest tho, why not go with him? Other than the new 1 peice part? And what kind of gaskets?
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Old 08-31-2013, 03:17 AM
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I am not sure how Jim builds his. If it is all one piece or if he welds the flanges to the pipe then uses a gasket to seal it to the collector.

I would of considered Jims pipes, but I had already ordered the Whites ones,

ANOTHER reason for this list, so people actually see what their options are
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I have a set of the bar none diesel ones on the way to me. Im doing a write-up on them when I do the install in a couple of weeks

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I think Rosewood welds the pipes to the factory collector. Where as yours are all new and no collector at all. I'd imagine yours may flow a little better then a stock setup
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Those new stainless ones do look really good tho
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Yeah, they do look good. How are you supposed to get them in since they are all one piece? You'll never get them under the cowl and down by the firewall.

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Trams removal, or lift the cab
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Yeah, they do look good. How are you supposed to get them in since they are all one piece? You'll never get them under the cowl and down by the firewall.

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They make 2 piece ones for the SD already
I am talking for OBS without spending $800 on the IH ones
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I used the Irate diesel stainless up pipes. Remove turbo and downpipe. Two guys can work in from the top. Have to coax the drivers side a little with a pry bar against the cab lip. Popped right in about 15 minutes. One guy underside of truck and one guy on top. Coordination between the two people worked well for me. Everything bolted back up perfectly.
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