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Unhappy Trying to order EGR Delete

Custom Diesel Inc. their web site sucks are their products any good (EGR Delete). Could not find a phone # on their web site. Nothing is more anoying then getting all your ordering info. put in and it goes back to blank. Was at the final step. Sorry for venting.
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The phone number is right on the home page, (877) 259-4977.
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Yes, they make a very nice kit for the money. I've installed roughly 50 of there complete EGR delete kits and never had an issue. This is the kit I use.....

Complete EGR Delete Kit | Ford EGR Delete | 6.0 EGR Delete Kits | Custom Diesel
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This is a better kit all heavy thick stainless link below looks like the one you are looking at the up pipe pipe is just zinc coated steel



FORD 2003-07 6.0 EGR DELETE KIT F250 F350 POWERSTROKE | eBay
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Thanks looked in all the likly places. Their web is looking like two pages on one, very hard to see or find info.
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Thanks for info on the stainless steel one, thats great but don't care for small pipe not being welded. Not a big fan of o-rings.
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This is a better kit all heavy thick stainless link below looks like the one you are looking at the up pipe pipe is just zinc coated steel



FORD 2003-07 6.0 EGR DELETE KIT F250 F350 POWERSTROKE | eBay
Hmm, pretty good price on it, especially if it is a real 304 stainless up pipe. Only thing I'm not crazy about is the 2 piece coolant return line. Never used the 2 piece style ones though. Also looks like in 1 pic they just cut a piece of heater hose for the return hose especially since it looks like it just has regular hose clamps in that pic. Yet the other fancy pic looks like a silicone hose. Just my 2 cents.

Have you used one of those kits?
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Thanks for info on the stainless steel one, thats great but don't care for small pipe not being welded. Not a big fan of o-rings.
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No matter what one you buy they all use o-rings the oem egr cooler is o-ring too And when the pipe is installed right it will not move.
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