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Old 05-22-2012, 05:18 PM
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Ordering parts from Tousley

OK, I am about to order some brake pads from Tousley and I am trying to get all of my oem parts ordered in 1 shot to save on shipping.
Please let me know if I am missing anything...
Also if any of you have part numbers for the following items i would really appreciate it. 05 excursion, 6.0, 4x4 ....


turbo feed/ drain lines (do i need this ?)
blue spring fpr
6.4 banjo bolts
how about a new thermostat ?

Anything else i may be missing ?
THANKS

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I wouldn't get the banjo bolts... to much controversy about them.

Get a monitoring solution like a scangauge2 first

What is your coolant and oil temps?




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You can check to see if you already have the updated turbo oil feed lines. IIRC, the Excursions in '05 came with the late '04 motor. Check out page 13 on this link.
http://www.forddoctorsdts.com/articl...eTableBook.pdf



Do you have a monitor/gauges? You may need more than what's on your list. What is your ECT, this will determine if your thermostat needs replacing.

The updated fuel psi spring is a good idea, but without knowing your fuel pressure, you may have a weak HFCM.

Banjo bolts really have no benefit.

You can also check your lower radiator hose, the steering pitman arm sometimes can rub thru the hose.
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I have an edge cts.
Deltas are usually between 6-10




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I wouldn't get the banjo bolts... to much controversy about them.

Get a monitoring solution like a scangauge2 first

What is your coolant and oil temps?




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How can I check my fuel pressure, and this leads me to another question.
Since i have an edge cts, i would like to monitor the fuel pressure. Where can i tap into the fuel system for that measurement ?
I would like to get an air dog 100 (or something similar), Would it be easier to tap into the fuel system when doing the AD system ? Is the AD 100 enough, or should i go with something bigger/better ?

Thanks for the link !



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You can check to see if you already have the updated turbo oil feed lines. IIRC, the Excursions in '05 came with the late '04 motor. Check out page 13 on this link.
http://www.forddoctorsdts.com/articl...eTableBook.pdf



Do you have a monitor/gauges? You may need more than what's on your list. What is your ECT, this will determine if your thermostat needs replacing.

The updated fuel psi spring is a good idea, but without knowing your fuel pressure, you may have a weak HFCM.

Banjo bolts really have no benefit.

You can also check your lower radiator hose, the steering pitman arm sometimes can rub thru the hose.
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How can I check my fuel pressure, and this leads me to another question.
Since i have an edge cts, i would like to monitor the fuel pressure. Where can i tap into the fuel system for that measurement ?
I would like to get an air dog 100 (or something similar), Would it be easier to tap into the fuel system when doing the AD system ? Is the AD 100 enough, or should i go with something bigger/better ?

Thanks for the link !
If you have the expandable cable for the CTS, then you can add the EDGE fuel pressure sending unit. In this link is where you can put the sending unit. You can either use the hose extension or just an elbow fitting adapter.
http://www.dieselmanor.com/diy/DM-FPA60_installed.htm

I'm not sure about the AD100, I never ran one. Someone will chime in.
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OK, dumb question alert...
I am ordering front brakes, i have quantity 1.
how many pads is that ?
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Im almost sure its two brake pads...




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normally when you buy brake pads it comes with enough for both sides, so you would need two sets to do the whole truck, but now I'm not sure, you probably should call them, by the way I have bought quite a few things from them, never had any issues, and they have always beaten my local dealer's prices. Coach
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I thought there was 2 filters for the fuel and 2 for the trans on this truck, but now I don't know.
Wasn't there a filter that looks like a mini roll of toilet paper somewhere ?
Is there a website that would list all the available parts for this truck or an expandable view of where all parts may be ?
For instance, i thought there was a fuel filter under this truck some where... I have to figure this out..

Joe
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