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Old 07-28-2010, 02:46 PM
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Pulling motor would like advice please

Hi,
I need to pull the motor to replace the engine oil pan on my 2000 F350 7.3. I was going to see if y'all had any advice on other part that would be good to replace while the engine is out of the truck. The truck has 140000 miles. The parts that have been replaced are HPOP, IPR, GPR, CPS, up pipes. As for the mods I have done are 6.0 trans cooler, 6.0 intercooler, AFE stage II, WW compressor wheel, gauges, BTS valve body, 4" silverline exhaust, DP tuner F5 40 tow, 80 econo, 120 performance. I use the truck many for towing. The parts I was thinking of replacing were the water pump, rear main seal, oil cooler gaskets, glow plugs and under valve cover harness. Also thinking of replacing the torque convertor with a 5R110 unit. If anybody has a suggestion I would be happy to hear it.
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Old 07-29-2010, 05:20 AM
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sounds like your on it! i would repalce all those things you suggested if you ahve the cash and want stay reliable. uvch is atossup though. and tqc i dont know much about. how long has it been since youve done the up pipes? if its been a while might as well do them again. is the 5r110 tqc the one that goes in the 6.0?
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Hey Remines,

I'm interested in your build. Mainly due to the fact that I'd like to do pretty much the same thing; Pull the motor, and just go to town on it!

If you don't mind me asking....How much is all of this going to cost you? If you don't feel comfertable posting it, would you please PM me. Trying to get ballpark figures so I can get a rough idea as to how much of my WIFE'S A$$ I'm going to have to kiss to get all this done!
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Im also planning the same thing for this winter. I was just going to do the up pipe donuts, oil pan, turbo(replace with van turbo) , and probably cps I also wanted to add a coolant filtration kit. Think the other stuff is necessary for me? I have 108k on the truck now.
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Old 07-29-2010, 09:01 AM
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^^ Van Turbo?!? Do tell.....
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figured id throw a little something in here when i pulled my motor i pulled the header panel and it made getting it in and out so much easier than taking the hood off and pulling up
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Hey Remines,

I'm interested in your build. Mainly due to the fact that I'd like to do pretty much the same thing; Pull the motor, and just go to town on it!

If you don't mind me asking....How much is all of this going to cost you? If you don't feel comfertable posting it, would you please PM me. Trying to get ballpark figures so I can get a rough idea as to how much of my WIFE'S A$$ I'm going to have to kiss to get all this done!
i have seen kits on ebay fro 900 i think, i dotn knwo if they are reputable or now, just a ballpark fwiw.

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Im also planning the same thing for this winter. I was just going to do the up pipe donuts, oil pan, turbo(replace with van turbo) , and probably cps I also wanted to add a coolant filtration kit. Think the other stuff is necessary for me? I have 108k on the truck now.
do you oil cooler too, i wouldnt worry about your uvch unless you want ot be overly thourough, but that would be the best thme to do it. might as well check your injectors out while your in there.
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^^ Van Turbo?!? Do tell.....
Van Turbo - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums

Alot of great info in here, should help fill you in

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figured id throw a little something in here when i pulled my motor i pulled the header panel and it made getting it in and out so much easier than taking the hood off and pulling up
I was planning to do the same thing.
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Van Turbo - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums

Alot of great info in here, should help fill you in
KUDOS!!

Thanks man....Who knew an E250 had a better turbo than an F-series.
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Old 07-29-2010, 04:05 PM
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Why are you pulling the motor to replace the oil pan? Seems like it would be A LOT easier to just pull the front axle off.

Or is it not possible to do it that way? That is of course if you don't HAVE to do all those other things like the rear main also.
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