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Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Catonsville, MD
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Using an impact wrench can strip out the treads on the shaft. This is what you do:
If you have some miles on the truck, you might as well rebuild the turbo while your in there. A rebuild kit is like $80. So, $400-ish for the ATS compressor housing and $80-ish for the WW...and your almost guarnateed no surge.
Now....I went with just a WW and a 1.0A/R exhaust housing and I not had surge once since I did the work back in April. It took me about 8 hours total, 4 hours the first day and 4 the next. (I needed a 12 sided 8mm box-end to get the compressor housing off.)
-White 2000 F-350 PSD CrewCab/SRW/LongBed/4x4/6spd Manual
/HUGE Powerstroke.Org Vinals!
Favorite Mods: Baby-seat mod/Girlfriend delete/6pos on Xtreme!
Repairs since bought: both batteries/alternator/3 transmissions/4 clutches/entire front axle/new steering stabilizer/power steering pump
Still broken: cracked windshield/all glowplugs/glowplug relay/4WD still out/trailer harness no power
Current Best: firstname.lastname@example.orgMPH (Est.7800lbs)