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post #1 of 4 Old 08-28-2012, 02:37 PM Thread Starter
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I run a 2000 F350/ 7.3 with about 260k miles

I have changed Orings in the past, as recently as the last six weeks

My deal is how long they last, or rather don't last....

This set sprung a leak and now I need more Orings

Are some Orings better than others? I realize these are under great pressure, but geeeeez
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How often have you changed them??
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I run a 2000 F350/ 7.3 with about 260k miles

I have changed Orings in the past, as recently as the last six weeks

My deal is how long they last, or rather don't last....

This set sprung a leak and now I need more Orings

Are some Orings better than others? I realize these are under great pressure, but geeeeez
o-rings are not all created equal , are you using viton replacement orings? or just regular black orings?

If not viton they are not rated for fuel and oil.

7.3 PSD, Swap'd in ZF6 ,South bend clutch ,BD exhaust brake, 4" lift & 35" Toyo AT2 , 6" Exhaust ,PHP Phoenix, .

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Like others have asked, what kind of o-rings are you using? The extreme conditions they'll endure, require extreme quality o-rings. Ford offers a kit that includes the 3 o-rings and the sealant required to reseal the hpop fittings. They should last just as long as the stockers did...

Believe it's Ford # 2C3Z9G804AB
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