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Help a fella out - Parts list

I'm about set to do an EGR delete, turbo line upgrades, blue spring, and distilled flush (keeping the gold). I received all the according parts in the mail and I picked up 4 jugs of the Gold.
Question is would there be anything not included in International's packaging that I would need to do this? I have Sinisters EGR delete so my understanding is everything is there for that part.
Is there anything for "extras" I might want in case I break it? Weekend job so I don't want to wait until Monday to get some stupid retaining clip or whatever.

Thanks to the .Org for getting me this far, please help me see this through! I am no mechanic, but a mere welder

2005 F350 6.0 CCSB
4" 304 Stainless MBRP Turboback w/ Cat Delete
Edge Insight CTS
Rotella T6 5w-40
Sinister Coolant Filter
325/60R18 Dick Cepek F/C Radial II w/ 2" pucks
Stock EGR Cooler 190000 kms
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everything's pretty much cut and dry, just be careful taking off your turbo clamps. you may have to use some P.B. blaster , to loosen up the bolts on your turbo, if it has never been taken off before. they tend to rust up like exhaust manifold bolts. i did mine my-self, with the sinister egr cooler delete kit, w/ up pipe, in about 9hrs. since youre going to have the intake off, replace your oil cooler also, i didn't on mine , and about 6months later, i had to tear it apart and replace my oil cooler. do it while you're in there, and save yourself some time. i personally recommend using prestone coolant. i had to have my radiator and heater core flushed when i used the ford premium gold. it gelled up and my heat wouldn't get hot and engine temp ran high. just my opinion. there are lot's of how to videos on youtube, showing you step by step how to do this, if you've never did it before. check out "ford senior master tech's" videos. good luck
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