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Old 10-21-2008, 06:25 AM
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Help needed in socal

Hi Everyone,

I was wondering if anyone had a set of wheels and tires for a 99-03 f250? Im planning on getting my rims powdercoated black and need some wheels and tires to use for about a week.

Im running 35x12.5x16.5 on 16.5x10 wheels, but Ill even drive on stock size tires and wheels if you have.

Ill even pay to "rent" the set for a week.

Also, if anyone has done an 6.0L intercooler and trans cooler install on their 7.3l and is willing to lend a hand, ill gladly supply just enough beer and food so that your helpful and not passed out next to the truck. Im debating if I should buy a JW valve body and do that install at the same time and do a tranny flush as well. I live in pasadena and we can do it at my place or yours. I have basic tools to get the jobs done.

Thanks again.
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Old 10-21-2008, 06:41 AM
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Lots of people on that area, this up for ya!
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Old 10-21-2008, 06:50 AM
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hey bud im here in the san fernando valley....

i dont have an extra set of wheels but you should try out Entrance

its our local southern california powerstroke group....

i have never done a 6.0L IC swap... doesnt seem too hard though.... what day you looking to do the swap?

-Raul
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Old 10-21-2008, 07:04 AM
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Hey Raul,

If your willing to help, Saturday is best for me, but I can even do it on a weekday. I typically get off work at 1 or 2pm, so I have some time to do it.

How long do you think it would take for the intercooler and trans cooler swap? I need to get some fittings and hose right? Do you have a local store where I can pick them up or do you recommend me getting the fittings online?

Also, If we have time, Ill buy a Mag-hytec trans pan from you if we're doing the JW valvebody. How long would it take for delivery of the trans pan? Ill order these things soon.

And actually if your willing to help, Id like you to drive my truck. Got my TW chip in, and i have a few questions. Emailed Tony and just waiting for his feedback.

Thanks.
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Old 10-21-2008, 09:32 AM
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Hey Raul,

If your willing to help, Saturday is best for me, but I can even do it on a weekday. I typically get off work at 1 or 2pm, so I have some time to do it.

How long do you think it would take for the intercooler and trans cooler swap? I need to get some fittings and hose right? Do you have a local store where I can pick them up or do you recommend me getting the fittings online?

Also, If we have time, Ill buy a Mag-hytec trans pan from you if we're doing the JW valvebody. How long would it take for delivery of the trans pan? Ill order these things soon.

And actually if your willing to help, Id like you to drive my truck. Got my TW chip in, and i have a few questions. Emailed Tony and just waiting for his feedback.

Thanks.
sat dont work for me... its my days to work on my house...

that is a big list man... i doubt we could do all of it in 1 day.. the trans cooler will take around 2 hours....
the IC upgrade i have never done but i dont see it being a huge deal... i think the IC upgrade and the 6.0L trans cooler upgrade woudl take us most of the day... at least 4-5 hours.....

are you switching your trans oil at the same time? or just adding the cooler?

PM me or call me up bud... .

-Raul

oh and i got my fittings and line from napa
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