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4'' down pipe removal
Can some one tell me if it's possible to remove your 4'' down pipe in your truck without jacking the truck up or do you have to do it on a 4 post hydraulic hoist, is there enough room between the truck and the ground, to undo the top clamp and slip the down pipe out from underneath.
Thanks in advance to anyone that can help for this information, if i don't have to take it to the shop and can do this in my workshop, it will not only save me some money but I'm sure the job will be done properly and without any damage.
I'm going to renew the up pipes and turbo(38R) while I'm at it, is this to big of a job to do in your own workshop, my truck has only 3-4'' clearance from the roof to the the workshop trusses, so jacking it up is out of the question.
2003 F250 4X4 CC 7.3, 4R100HD
4' Turbo back exhaust, Banks Power Elbow, LPG (Gas over Diesel), DP Tuner F6, RR 6637 intake, RiffRaff Frx, Hpx, filter, Custom made transmission cooler with twin thermo fans, water to oil cooler, ScanGuage 2, Auto Meter, trans, EGT, Fuel pressure, Water to oil temp, Boost, Longrange fuel tank, 15000 Lbs winch, ARB winch bar, ARB lockers Fr & Rr, lightforce spot lights, HID's.