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Old 02-10-2012, 03:22 AM
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Question Louisville area 6.0 experts?

Wanted to know my best option on getting some studs on my truck and maybe an oil cooler. Didnt know the best or closest place to go? I dont mind traveling a few hours for the best.
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Maybe have a guy for you....Blackout Diesel in Corydon, Ind. (812)267-0465 ask for Matt....he goes by username MadMatt on another forum site PSN.

I have been on the hunt for a Powerstroke shop here in Louisville but this is the only shop that might do want you want. There is Diesel Injection Services but I think they work on fleet vehicles and medium and up trucks.

Good luck man. For a town that makes Fords I am amazed there are not more shops. It is a real shame.

Good Luck

-Will
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Wanted to know my best option on getting some studs on my truck and maybe an oil cooler. Didnt know the best or closest place to go? I dont mind traveling a few hours for the best.
I know this is a little late but I want to give you a quick pointer on our 6.0 liter. I believe the best thing you can invest in is the BulletProof Diesel Fully Bullet Proof oil cooler system. I just installed mine about 2 weeks ago and my EOT went from averaging 210 degrees down to depending on the air temperature, anywhere between 165-185. I am truly convinced that the oil cooler is the cause of all of the problems for the 6.0. You will hear about how bad the EGR system is but that is just a symptom of a bad oil cooler. If you have any questions let me know. It ain't cheap, but i'm positive it will be worth it for all the millions of miles that i am bound and determined to get out of my Super 600 Powerstroke
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