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Old 09-10-2012, 08:05 AM
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Is this normal?

Changing the injectors in my truck and noticed the turbo looked like this? It spins free with no play in the bearings



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Some oxidation on the housing is OK, nothing to worry about as long as shaft spins free.
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I was referring to the nut on the end of the shaft? Looks like it was ground flat on one side? Like it was machined.

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I was referring to the nut on the end of the shaft? Looks like it was ground flat on one side? Like it was machined.

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Completely normal as far as I know. Both of my 6.0s were like that
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Normal...that's how the wheel is balanced.
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Learn something new everyday

Now just waiting for my Injectors from Warren Diesel
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Some oxidation on the housing is OK, nothing to worry about as long as shaft spins free.
Lol.......hehehe.

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Old 09-10-2012, 04:32 PM
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I know....kind of an idiot response, but I couldn't find anything that looked out of place besides the dirt, probably from the CCV, and oxidation on the housing.
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It was funny....i was wondering what he was asking tooo. Haha

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