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Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: NW Missouri
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Can you Yes, do u want to No. The passenger side is the bigger pain in the but, and it's going to take a lot of time, and replace 1 by 1, if it's not on here google it and I think it's on the ford-truck forum, but it pays off if u take the cab off, u can put good gaskets in, and u can check the heads for straightness
2003 F-250 RC/LB 6.0L with Innovative tunes, K&N FIPK, 3.5 inch down pipe to 6 inch stacks, ARP studs, Autometer gauges, 2006 grill and bumper.
2003 F250 CC/SB 7.3L DP-Tuner, 4" turbo back 5" tip, Autometer gauges, Cowl Hood.
1984 Ranger RC/LB 2.2L Perkins, turned the pump up, turbo off a Mitsubishi 2.3L, and yes it rolls coal, it's not fast, and it's not for sale. 290k miles 43 mpg