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Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Houston, Texas, westside
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I would say its your money and time and truck, if your doing it yourself, your out time and effort. Torquing those badboys is a serious PITA. I just did mine, and that was the worst part of replacing the headgaskets. if you are going to pay someone, I would say don't waste your money, save up and do it right one time. If you do the studs one at a time, I think it is a false sense of security.
"have not shot the gun yet but will next week when we see the mother in law." Quoted from a gun forum!
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2004 CC 6.0 4x4 lariat
MODS: BPD Remote Oil Cooler, MTW Stage 1, GoGo Diesel Direct Drive Soleniod, Swamps 58v FICM, ARP's, Sinister EGR Delete, SCT XCAL3 w/DJ's Looney, Dfuser coolant filter, 4" straight pipe, Ranch Hand, Tuff-Country Level Kit, Isspro Boost/Trans Temp/Fuel Pressure/Pyro gauges, Edge Insight CTS...