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Old 01-03-2011, 01:00 PM
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standpipe and dummy plug IH part numer?

Ok guys im done messin with the FORD dealers around me. does anyone know the IH part number im looking for the kit that has both standpipes and both dummy plugs. fords part number for this kit is 6e7z-9a332-b. the dealers around me say that there is no such part number. who know maybe i am wrong.but if u could help me out that would be great. also i have tryed tosely ford but havent got a email back.
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my cousin works at napa and i gave him that number and he gave me a price for 112.00 dont know how good of a deal it is but id call some more dealers.
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$102 from Tousley

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Thanks guys. napa really? i thought these were dealer only parts?
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thanks bismic you just saved me some money im going to get together a list of parts ill need to do headgaskets and give them a call
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thanks bismic you just saved me some money im going to get together a list of parts ill need to do headgaskets and give them a call


You are welcome!

If anyone has it, I would still like to know the International part number though - I collect such info!!
The OEM head gaskets are quite fine IMO - no need to get aftermarket.

What is your vehicle model year? I think I can find the Ford gasket kit part # for it.
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they are dealer only however he can for the most part get the parts cheaper from the dealer then i can. for instance i go to ford to get fuel filters 93.00
he gets the same fuel filters i pay 43.00
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this is the second headgasket replacement on this truck it was done under warranty before i bought it. I am going to try to get an oasis report before i order everything because i think my stc fitting may have been updated but im not sure.
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You can get fuel filters at the local International dealership for around $32.
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