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e99 Dorman up pipes ?????

I have an e99 f350 and on the hunt for some new up-pipes that are not the crazy expensive international pipes. I contacted Dorman about the below pipes and the rep said they will work on the early 99 7.3 diesel. But I noticed in the description it says 99-03 which means I dont think it will work. Anybody know for sure??


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99-03 means late 99 not early 99.

there was a set of internatonal up pipes for 400 on ebay for an e99...thats less than i paid for my late 99 ones.

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look at the date. it says Application Notes:
V8 445 7.3L; From 12/6/98
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the dormans will not work. Buddy just installed a set with motor out, and him being a fabricator, HAD TO cut a section out of each, reweld, and then proceeded to install....

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But if you cut out (shorten) the dorman bellowed up pipes for a late motor they will fit an early motor? That I can do...

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Look into bar none diesel in Oregon. They make their own e99 bellowed up pipes and I'm running them. I think they are good quality and have had them for about two years now. No problems whatsoever

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But if you cut out (shorten) the dorman bellowed up pipes for a late motor they will fit an early motor? That I can do...
Yes. E99 turbo sits lower. Have fun mocking that up with an installed motor.

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Yeah, you're not gonna mock that up with motor in cab... There's no way

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