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Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Ringtown, PA
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If the manifolds aren't cracked then I'd leave them but replace the bolts if theyre rusty. If the up pipes aren't leaking I'd still replace at least the donuts while it's out. Go for the bellowed pipes if you have the cash.
I'd just pull the motor. With a good helper I can have it pulled in about two hours. Much easier to work on when it's swinging on a cherry picker or on a stand. And if you break a manifold bolt it's a lot easier to deal with.
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2001 F350 SRW CC 4WD LB
ZF6 w/ Southbend, 220k, DIY Intake, WW,NonEBPV Pedestal, CCV Mod, Gauges (Boost, Pyro), 2in Leveling Kit, 4" Straight MBRP, AIH Delete, 2-12" Kicker Comp's, Pioneer Amps
2001 F350 DRW EC 2WD (Rolled Over)
2000 F550 CC 2WD
Automatic, Jasper 4R100 w/Derale Pan & 6.0 Cooler, DIY Intake, AIH Delete, 4" MBRP,
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