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Old 09-21-2013, 06:24 PM
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Maintenance list

Hey guys. Ive been digging for a while trying to find all the info to perform required maintenance for my truck. Its new to me an i want to have a clean slate.

I have a leaking front crankshaft seal so that will be replaced and im putting in a melling 208 lpop while im in there.
Coolant flush and switching to rotella elc coolant and going to install a coolant filter as well. Replace water pump with dieselsite waterpump as well as their 203* thermostat. Replacing upper coolant hose to dual alt hose as well as lower hose. Also ordered their billet thermostat housing
Transmission flush with mobil 1 atf. Adding the 6.0l trans cooler at the same time. Will drop the pan and replace the internal filter as well.
Replacing rear rotors and brakes, they are gone. Front will be done when needed And doing a brake fluid flush.
Power steering flush
Change front and rear diff fluid
Transfer case fluid
Clean and replace,if needed ebp sensor and tube
Oil change and install of fumoto drain valve.

Is there anything else that should be addressed?
I dont think my hpop or fuel bowl are leaking but should i be proactive and replace seals as well?
I want to spend the money now and get quality stuff that way i should, knock on wood, have many trouble free miles.
Thanks for any input.

Also, just replaced my cps... On the side of the highway... At 1:30 am. Just thankful i had a spare from yalls advice.
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Old 09-21-2013, 06:26 PM
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Its a 7.3 4x4 crew cab with 107k miles.
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Old 09-21-2013, 06:44 PM
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Sounds like a nice(and expensive) list. You might check/grease your slide pins on front calipers. Check your rear cover, they are prone to rusting thru. I sanded and painted mine, some put an 08 aluminum finned cover on. Maybe not now, but read up on hutch and harpoon mods for your fuel.
Sounds like your on the right track
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Old 09-21-2013, 06:54 PM
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Expensive is right! I plan on keeping this truck a LONG time so i feel its necessary. And i was going to get the upgraded caliper pins from the ford dealer when i do the rears and the same when i do the fronts later on.

The hutch mod is like a fuel delivery thing? Not too sure about that one. And havent heard of the harpoon mod.
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Old 09-21-2013, 07:26 PM
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Welcome to guzzle's In-tank Hutch Mod Web Page
Hutch has to due with pickup and return
Harpoon helps with filling the tank, both are in the link above
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