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Old 01-10-2010, 08:41 AM
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Need Help With ARP's ........ASAP thanks guys

ok so last night my heads completly failed %100 ......... im not gonna explain all but the truck is plowing the gaskets out ......went to the dealer and my Tech told me to order my APR's... can someone send me the a link to where i can get them for the best price for my 06 psd .........and what else am i gonna need ??? any other things or tricks about installing them that i should tell my Tech at ford about before he starts ???? thanks so much as always guys!!/.
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Old 01-10-2010, 11:06 AM
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Get them at Brown Diesel, they have the best price around as far as I know. I checked on this last week for a friend of mine. I can PM you the price I got from them with shipping within the US.

I bought my ARP's from Brown Diesel as well, they have a good service.
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Old 01-10-2010, 11:20 AM
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Yeah, go with Brown's Diesel. The best way to get the lowest price is to call them up I got mine for $398 shipped

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There is a guy on this site, he is a sponsor. Raul??? Cant remember sorry. He has a package deal for gaskets and studs at a very good price.
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While he is in there, have him do the HPOP STC if your truck needs it. When its all apart its only like 45 min extra to do it. 8hrs easy if it fails later.
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While he is in there, have him do the HPOP STC if your truck needs it. When its all apart its only like 45 min extra to do it. 8hrs easy if it fails later.
what exactly is this sorry never heard of it ????
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Its the fitting on the high pressure oil pump. The old style is a flimsy 2 piece design. The new one is a solid one piece unit. The oil pump is under the turbo. The cover plate is like 8-10 bolts, 3 bolts hold the pump on, 2 hold the fitting on.

The pump supplies oil to the injectors. The fitting gives out, you get stuck.

The kit from Ford to update it is like $50.
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Its the fitting on the high pressure oil pump. The old style is a flimsy 2 piece design. The new one is a solid one piece unit. The oil pump is under the turbo. The cover plate is like 8-10 bolts, 3 bolts hold the pump on, 2 hold the fitting on.

The pump supplies oil to the injectors. The fitting gives out, you get stuck.

The kit from Ford to update it is like $50.
awsome thanks alot ill mention it
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Old 01-10-2010, 02:27 PM
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is it ok to run the ARP's with ford gaskets????
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ARPs with Ford gaskets are the way to go just make sure he torques the ARP to their spec, not Ford specs.
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