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Old 09-20-2012, 05:02 PM
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Cab Off for head gaskets

Hey guys i have a customer im doing head gaskets for on a 6.7. glow plug tip on #1cylinder broke off and now no compression in that cylinder.. i have pulled cabs off many many many 6.0l's for this. is it easier on the 6.7l also? also cust wants to do head studs if available. i told him i would look into but didnt think it was necessary like the 6.0ls. haven't messed with the 6.7 since mostly still under warranty.
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Old 09-21-2012, 08:58 AM
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come on now. 80 views and noone knows nothing?
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YES, pulling cabs on these are a cakewalk. I lifted tons of cabs when I worked for Roush while Ford was testing the 6.7. From what I've seen on getting a 6.0 cab off, these are much easier. Get to it!
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I think I saw it done on Youtube, do a search. They showed the hole procedure.
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