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Old 11-25-2009, 08:19 AM
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What should I do ? Lift cab , pull Motor or in cab head gasket

Ok guys I've been Around this stuff for awhile but this is my first ford to do head gasket . Iam working on 2004 f350 6.0 . I've got a lift so lifting the cab is no problem . And heavy duty engine stand also so whitch is the best way to do the head gaskets ? Please let me know asap the truck is already apart down to the heads . Which is the best way and if I lift cab what all do I need to take off ?

Any tricks would be great
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Old 11-25-2009, 03:46 PM
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Pull the cab buddy. By FAR the easiest way to heads on the 6.0. You can leave the cab on the frame for 7.3 heads, but not a 6.0.

Theres no way you're gonna get the ARP studs (please tell me you're using ARP studs) in with the cab on, and I'd personally rather lift it than remove that f-ing heater box.

Regardless, lifting the cab is the easiest way.

Let me know if you need any pointers from here on, or pictures. I've done...lets just say a "few" of these, and would be glad to help!
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