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Old 08-28-2013, 03:38 PM
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Oil test results

http://www.americanscrapmetal.com/im...350-082613.pdf
My oil test results came in what you guys think?
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2002 7.3 235K miles
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Universal averages are based on ~5,600 miles of oil use, and your wear metals are still generally lower than average,
showing no obvious signs of mechanical problems. The only highlight was sodium -- that's not usually an additive in
diesel-use oils, so it might show a trace of coolant. Not enough to be sure, though; as long as you're not losing
coolant, go another 2,000 miles on this oil and check back to monitor.

ALUMINUM 4
CHROMIUM 1
IRON 14
COPPER 3
LEAD 2
TIN 1
MOLYBDENUM 87
NICKEL 1
POTASSIUM 1
BORON 379
SILICON 8
SODIUM 40
CALCIUM 1731
MAGNESIUM 429
PHOSPHORUS 1198
ZINC 1482
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if your loosing coolant your oil cooler might be leaking into the oil other than that it sounds like results are good/average
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Oil Test

So


Inj Buzz & CCT If thats ok than


New Fuel Pump & Hutch/Harpoon
New Sticks & O rings
Maybe New Rocker Ball Bearings &/Or Pushrods "Top End Tune Up LOL"
UVC Harnesses
Glow Plugs & Relay
Oil cooler rebuild
Riff Raff Fuel X over
New ICP & ICP Pigtail
International CPS
6637 Or Whatever Filter

Some questions yes again
Can I just use a inline filter before/after the hutch/harpoon between the tank & pump? Something such as: Fleetguard Inline Fuel Filter FF5006
Or does it need to be the water seperater type?

My truck is for pulling & aint planning on having a egt gauge soon so

Should I leave it stock or:
Stage 1 sticks w/ tow tune
Stock sticks w/ tow tune

Already has a DP looks like to me, but ebpv is still on.

Just want some extra grunt but only if longevity aint a issue including hurting the hpop or o rings.
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