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Have a buddy in need

he has a 1999 7.3 that has a bad stocker turbo, he doesn't want to go up to a 38R for $ reasons. Anyone have any just lying around??

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Re: Have a buddy in need

early or late?

Back to stock for now.

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Re: Have a buddy in need

What do you mean by bad? Are the housings ate up.They are super easy to rebuild yourself for less than $100.

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Re: Have a buddy in need

he said that it is leaking oil into the intercooler tube......i haven't taken a look at it. I will let him know about the rebuilding it. I don't know if it's a early or late. He's pretty new with diesels in general, and i'm fairly new as well..especially with the 7.3's.

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Re: Have a buddy in need

some oil in the intake and intercooler tubes is normal-search ccv mods for more info. Check the compressor wheel for end play(pull it in and out)there should be very little to no end play.Up and down play(a small amount) is normal.

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Re: Have a buddy in need

X2 on the rebuilding part. Parts about $100.......or you can get it rebuilt and balanced for $350ish?

Forgot about that pesky CCV.

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X2 on the rebuilding part. Parts about $100.......or you can get it rebuilt and balanced for $350ish?

Forgot about that pesky CCV.
I agree on the ccv.I run a BD/MANN unit on mine.Pricey,but works great. I got tired of the -"hey man your awsome truck stinks' or the hey your truck is smoking man.

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Re: Have a buddy in need

Early 99 is before Dec of 98. After that it was a 99.5. Different turbo. If it an early, I have one, make an offer.




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Re: Have a buddy in need

Sounds like the CCV blowing the oil into the IC tubes... Rebuilding the turbo is pretty easy and cheap, just takes a few hrs to take it off rebuild and replace...

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Re: Have a buddy in need

Having a dirty or restricted airfilter will also make stuff stick around the boots

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