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Old 03-15-2008, 05:24 PM
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well i have been to busy playing, and my truck is leaking a crap load of oil, so i called a guy at the new kickass diesel shop i found locally, pretty upset about that, sence i gotta build my truck now... i got friends now!.. but anyway he said 300 to put on the orings, change a valve that leaks, and throw on my wicked wheel while he is in there? does that sound right?
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Old 03-16-2008, 01:44 PM
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Hmm... 300 to do the turbo O rings... and put the wicked wheel on... seems a bit steep to me... but guess not if it's at a "shop"... and not a 'friend'. Both can be done in less then 2 hours.

Anyway the only valve there is between the turbo and the downpipe - and that doesn't leak. Maybe he's talking about the rod in the pedistal?

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yeah i dunno, id have to ask him. also I rounded up, cause i never remember exact prices. But i just dont have time to do it lately, would rather just drop it off and pick it up right now. Plus i lose about a gallon a day. so that gets costly in its own.
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A gallon a day isn't likely to be a turbo O ring.

More then likely that's an HPOP O ring or an HPOP stainless steel line that's broken.
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