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Old 02-02-2013, 05:22 PM
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DPF/DOC no gasket or bolts?

I just got my hands on a used DPF/DOC for my truck and it doesn't have a gasket or any bolts to join them together. I just wanted to know is there any special type of bolts and nuts to buy or just pretty much any bolt that fits through the holes and if I could make a gasket or should I just buy the oem gasket?

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There is no gasket. And the bolts should already be tack welded on to the dpf facing the DP. Might have to find some 13mm nuts to fit
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There is no gasket. And the bolts should already be tack welded on to the dpf facing the DP. Might have to find some 13mm nuts to fit
Sorry, fixed my original question. It was used.
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There is a gasket for the dpf filter. Walker makes them

Walker Exhaust 36495 Exhaust System Parts | eBay
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There is a gasket for the dpf filter. Walker makes them

Walker Exhaust 36495 Exhaust System Parts | eBay
Thanks for the link, just ordered it!
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no problem! did you get the splined bolts figured out?
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Not yet was wondering if I could use some studs maybe to press in but gotta figure the closest size.
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Yea they are pressed in but i removed mine many times "annually." They aren't welded in! Also, if you plan on removing the filter yearly put some "never seize" on them. Makes it alot easier to remove them again.
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