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Old 10-11-2012, 10:39 AM
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Parts for my rebuild

I'm collecting parts for my rebuild and want to make sure i get every thing i need. Its an 04 F250. I'm going down to the head studs on bulletproof list.

I Need these parts. Am I missing anything

3C3Z-6A642-CA Oil Cooler Kit
3C3Z-6C683-AB HPOP Screen (Included in the Oil Cooler Kit)
4C3Z-9B246-F is the part number I found for the updated STC fitting with the IPR screen and o-rings.
3C3Z-9H529-A IPR SCREEN KIT (LIST $56.25)
3C3Z-9433-BE Intake Gasket Kit (Includes Turbo hardware)
3C3Z-9P455-AB EGR Gaskets
6C3Z-9T515-A Turbo Drain Tube
3C3Z-9T516-A Turbo Oil Feed Line (LIST $157.41)
6.4 BANJO BOLTS (2)-W302472 bolts, (LIST $4.26 EACH)
6.4 BANJO WASHERS (4)-W303659 (LIST $.74 EACH)
3C3Z-8575-AA Thermostat (complete with housing, o ring) (LIST $42.35)
Ford OEM Gaskets kit
What about standpipes and dummy plugs?


I have:
CC2610 FLEETGUARD RESTORE (LIST GALLON $29.75)
CC2638 FLEETGUARD RESTORE PLUS (LIST GALLON $32.97)
3C3Z-9T517-AG Fuel Pump Regulator Kit
4' Exhaust
ZXED-1 OR ZRXED1 ZEREX ELC CAT EC-1 CONCENTRAT
EGR delete
Edge Insight CS w/ EGT Probe ~440
coolant filter
ARP Studs ~$500
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Old 10-11-2012, 10:50 AM
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I'm slowly gathering goodies to do this also, not going as far as the studs though.

It's my impression that the stand pipes and dummy plugs can be done separately without extra work, I don't think you're any closer to them just for having this stuff off. That's what I've gathered anyway.

You might want to do something with CCV and maybe replace the boots on the CAC tubes, perhaps put the metal tube in if yours is plastic.

There's a turbo cleaning kit.

You might want to do the flushes before you tear it apart.

I see the coolant filter now.

All I can think of.
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Standpipes come with the head gaskets. Dummy plugs are ordered separately and are around $15-$20 a piece.
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