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If he was one of mine I would have sent him to a dealership for a year for in-service training.

I got tired of screwing with that after a few years and just moved it behind the transfer case.
Ever since my days as a Process Engineer trying to put in production what the design Engineers designed, I screamed for all of them to have to have two years in a shop making whatever stuff they were trying to design.


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That's funny right there. I like the added parts. I was going back to find your post to ad a pic of a zombie apocalypse/Ford engineer bumper. It would be better on the short bus though. That way we could have a driver while we spike the windex and just enjoy the ride


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Should've done it yesterday, the attitude of our driver then, he'd have backed up and done it twice. Especially if we lied and told him we were mod hunting.
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Fyi lay a coolant bottle on its back and cut the bottom and front side off of it. Shove it under the hfcm and you won't have diesel running everywhere anymore.

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What a great idea, a cup.
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Should've done it yesterday, the attitude of our driver then, he'd have backed up and done it twice. Especially if we lied and told him we were mod hunting. <img src="https://www.powerstroke.org/forum/images/Powerstroke_org_2015/smilies/tango_face_devil.png" border="0" alt="" title="Devil" class="inlineimg" />

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If he was one of mine I would have sent him to a dealership for a year for in-service training.

I got tired of screwing with that after a few years and just moved it behind the transfer case.
Ever since my days as a Process Engineer trying to put in production what the design Engineers designed, I screamed for all of them to have to have two years in a shop making whatever stuff they were trying to design.


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That's funny right there. I like the added parts. I was going back to find your post to ad a pic of a zombie apocalypse/Ford engineer bumper. It would be better on the short bus though. That way we could have a driver while we spike the windex and just enjoy the ride <img src="https://www.powerstroke.org/forum/images/smilies/hehe.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Hehe" class="inlineimg" />


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If he was one of mine I would have sent him to a dealership for a year for in-service training.

I got tired of screwing with that after a few years and just moved it behind the transfer case.
Ever since my days as a Process Engineer trying to put in production what the design Engineers designed, I screamed for all of them to have to have two years in a shop making whatever stuff they were trying to design.


[quote=repalmer;16319771]That's funny right there. I like the added parts. I was going back to find your post to ad a pic of a zombie apocalypse/Ford engineer bumper. It would be better on the short bus though. That way we could have a driver while we spike the windex and just enjoy the ride <img src="https://www.powerstroke.org/forum/images/smilies/hehe.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Hehe" class="inlineimg" />


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Should've done it yesterday, the attitude of our driver then, he'd have backed up and done it twice. Especially if we lied and told him we were mod hunting. <img src="https://www.powerstroke.org/forum/images/Powerstroke_org_2015/smilies/tango_face_devil.png" border="0" alt="" title="Devil" class="inlineimg" />
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Should've done it yesterday, the attitude of our driver then, he'd have backed up and done it twice. Especially if we lied and told him we were mod hunting. <img src="https://www.powerstroke.org/forum/images/Powerstroke_org_2015/smilies/tango_face_devil.png" border="0" alt="" title="Devil" class="inlineimg" />

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While we're punching engineers, i'd like to find the one who designed the primary fuel filter on the frame with just the right angle to run diesel down your arm into your armpit!!

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I used to absolutely hate changing the fuel filter too. I got to the point I would just let it hit the gravel and came back when it stopped. Driveline radius arm and frame got douce’d no matter what.
Hell of it is I hate those OEM fuel filters like the scourge. But the filters not why, it’s because they hate me!! They eat shlt I loose 1 or 2 injectors and I’ve had it happen with both my 2006 trucks. Maybe I just ran them too far: lost first one @ 76K and 41K in current truck.
So to all of you that have a love affair with those pumps...... God Bless you.
Because it’s no misunderstanding they despise me and I am keen fully aware of that.
I run a FASS 125 with all the giant sized trimming to insure 65 psi at idle & WOT.

Easy to just spin off its two filters that can be bought anywhere with no spilling, simply a cake walk. If I was to buy another 6.0 truck I wouldn’t even drive it off the lot until a FASS pump is in that truck. No kidding my current truck nailed me driving it home day I bought it.

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Fyi lay a coolant bottle on its back and cut the bottom and front side off of it. Shove it under the hfcm and you won't have diesel running everywhere anymore.

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Nope I’m still for laying the HFCM on the ground and running it over. Tossing in someone’s pool or through the windshield of a truck at a Dodge dealership. If that’s too hard to find a 6.4 windshield works in a pinch. Odds are it doesn’t run anymore anyways.

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Welcome back Nick. A day late as usual.
Thanks, I guess the same welcome back is due to you too.

Seriously, I leave you guys to hold down the fort for 2 seconds and look what I come back to .


And on the fuel filter talk, my favorite was always to use one of the large, flexible form-a-funnels. Get it shaped right to go into a drip pan, crack the cap a couple threads, change the secondary while it drained, and by the time you got back it was a quick filter swap underneath. Minimal mess as long as you had it shaped right.

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Thanks, I guess the same welcome back is due to you too.

Seriously, I leave you guys to hold down the fort for 2 seconds and look what I come back to .


And on the fuel filter talk, my favorite was always to use one of the large, flexible form-a-funnels. Get it shaped right to go into a drip pan, crack the cap a couple threads, change the secondary while it drained, and by the time you got back it was a quick filter swap underneath. Minimal mess as long as you had it shaped right.

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Now hold on just one minute Mr Nick. Don’t be insinuating any wrong doing on Patriots part. Everyone’s underwear gets in a bind every coons age or so and some uh-hum get all crazy like when that dry runs gone too far things are all bound up and someone’s GONNA PAY.
That’s what appears to have transpired in his case and think every trace needs to be expunged from the record.
You picking up what I’m laying down right. Big powerful mod like you should have this little misunderstanding cleared up in a jiffy.

Ok my work here’s done. Hi Nick.

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