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early 99 turbo dusted help!

I'm working on my bosses truck and his turbo is dusted, I'm not used to the early 99, and I'm not sure what to replace it with, Please help. I just need the replacement wheel, assuming it is a wicked wheel but not sure????


also do you have to remove the whole turbo on the 99????

please help! thanks in advance.
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If the wheel is dusted the turbo should be rebuilt. You can get rebuild kits from a guy on Ebay, or Clay at Riffraff Diesel has good prices on them also. Yes, the early 99 uses the wicked wheel stock, and just like the late turbo you can change the wheel with the turbo in the truck if you want.

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how do you get the bottom, bolt off? it is really tight and rgiht agianst the head?
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how do you get the bottom, bolt off? it is really tight and rgiht agianst the head?
Can't help there, never had to pull the compressor housing off on mine.

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I would clean the CAC out or something.Course you might dislodge some crap.Either way I would simple green boiling water scrub down on that CAC.

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