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I would remove the engine for oil pan job. It really helps having the engine upside down for 24hrs to let the ford grey rtv set. Plus you can re-seal everything so much easier with the engine out. HPOP lines, fuel bowl, up pipes, turbo o rings, plenums, replacing fuel line sleeves, valve cover gaskets, under valve cover harness, injector o rings etc.
Its just me but if I ever have to re seal the oil pan shes coming out for the job because I HATE leaks. People think I am a bit OCD but my 20 year old diesel is leak free besides some oil mist on the intercooler boots. Valley is 100% dry.
ps for anyone interested maybe 2-3 weeks ago I installed Riffraffs ccv re-route kit. no leaks yet but there is a bit of smell/smoke under the cab after a drive. I may add the catch can I have and route back to just get rid of the smell but its not bad, just a thought for future me lol.
-99 F250, 4X4, 6.0 trans cooler, 08 mirrors, 05 grill, AIS Intake, lvl kit, JW Vbody, cncfab hpop lines, WW2.
04 Excursion Modified, 04 F350 Modified, 06 F350 Modified
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