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6.4 Banjo Bolt ??

I'm installing the 6.4 banjo bolts. Got the drivers side in with no issues. Putting the passenger side in, I dropped one of the new washers and can't find it for the life of me. Will it be ok to use one of the old ones or should I go order another package of 4?

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If you have to get it going today, I would put an old one on with a prayer, and order a new pair.
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If you have to get it going today, I would put an old one on with a prayer, and order a new pair.
It doesn't have to go today. It's down for coolant flush, coolant filter, full EGR delete, banjos and fuel pressure regulator upgrade. I just went ahead and ordered more washers.
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You'll be fine, just check for leaks when you're done. Torque the cooper ones to 20 ft lbs i believe and the composite ones to 32 ft lbs.
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You'll be fine, just check for leaks when you're done. Torque the cooper ones to 20 ft lbs i believe and the composite ones to 32 ft lbs.
I'm pretty leary about reusing one. I don't wanna have to do it again.
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I did the same thing, and reused an old one. Haven't had any issues.
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Break the bank and buy new.
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Break the bank and buy new.
Already ordered.
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did you go copper or composite?
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did you go copper or composite?
Composite, since the drivers side is already done and one is on the passenger side already.
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