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Dam that is cheap

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yeah I wish they fit the obs trucks

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They will with a few other upgrades

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How’s the fit? Assuming these aren’t stainless so should be coated?


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Have not installed them but the quality is on par with others I have dealt with.

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So finally reinstalling the turbo today after waiting on a tool I needed for the injector cups. And these bellowed pipes fit great set them in place and installed new bolts at manifolds but left them loose and installed new collector at top and bolted it down tight with new hardware they included.

Then installed new pedestal and then turbo. I love super duty turbo setup. Started mounting bolts on turbo but left them loose. And aligned collector to turbo installed the clamp and tightened it down then torqued down the turbo.


All went really well and the fit of these pipe are great. We will see how they hold up but they feel really good and I believe they are as good as most of the bellowed pipes on the market.

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So finally reinstalling the turbo today after waiting on a tool I needed for the injector cups. And these bellowed pipes fit great set them in place and installed new bolts at manifolds but left them loose and installed new collector at top and bolted it down tight with new hardware they included.

Then installed new pedestal and then turbo. I love super duty turbo setup. Started mounting bolts on turbo but left them loose. And aligned collector to turbo installed the clamp and tightened it down then torqued down the turbo.


All went really well and the fit of these pipe are great. We will see how they hold up but they feel really good and I believe they are as good as most of the bellowed pipes on the market.

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Yeah no problem I don't know if they are stainless or not but they are well made and I would not hesitate to install them on my own truck if I had a superduty.

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u know how hard it was in the 80s for me because of those stupid commercials.

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I am sure. Sorry for bringing it back.
 

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I am sure. Sorry for bringing it back.
Oh its ok its something to look back at curse people for i mean laugh at.

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But I never did try life cereal.

Give it to Mikey. He won't eat it he hates everything. Hey Mikey!! He Likes It.
 

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Im not sure of the exact brand but I bought mine on ebay for $105 shipped to the front door when I had my motor out. they are just low grade stainless with no coating. the bellows were a little short and very rigid but a little heat fixed that. 2 years and 30,000 miles later, they still work fine and no leaks.
 
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