Discussion in '6.0L PowerStroke Engine & Drivetrain' started by Roadie, Nov 27, 2011.
The source of the leak will be the most forward due to the wind.
You need to thoroughly degrease the intercooler pipes and connections with brake cleaner. A connection with any oil on will blow off eventually. I'm not sure about how you are explaining the retaining ring. I know I used them on my old 6.0 with no problems. I'd either check with DieselSite, or post some pictures up
Thanks, if you were to describe their use in ur own words, how did you mount the rings. I'll compare to my mounting. I've written dieselsite and awaiting a response.
Yesterday I got the Amsoil By-Pass filtration unit installed. Today I am thinking about installing the coolant filtration system. As soon as I get the initial "buy" list done, I'll close this thread and work on my next truck projects. For my maiden voyage, I still have a radiator flush to do, transmission flush and new filters, plus new DieselSite Tranny filter install, fuel pressure regulator upgrade, new thermostat plus quickdrain plug for radiator.
You forgot the fumoto valve for the oil drain. Makes oil changes a snap. FumotoValve.com - Engine Oil Drain Valve - the bast way to change oil
did that already too!
Those Ranchos are not Ranchos, but Ford shocks with the Rancho name printed on them. Bilsteins are the way to go, but that's just my humble opinion, the Monroes are a good choice as well. Remember batteries not included, YMMV Member FDIC.
lil' slow going, but installed the DieselSite Coolant Filtration system yesterday. I'm thinking Imma give it a rest until Spring now. Maybe get the Edge Insight in the next few months. Come spring, I'll do the transmission fluid swap and Dieselsite transmission filter install.
Roadie , i ordered mine yesterday . with these 60* days i figure why waste them .
what was the degree of difficulty on the coolant bypass install ?
havent been on site in a while , how yall doin ?
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