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Old 06-27-2012, 06:30 AM
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Honestly I think you would be better off importing a complete wreck. That way you would everything you need and a little more. If you want to use the drive line its there. Also just watch out regarding the headers. I was looking at a set for my RHD F250 and they look like they would be real tight between the headers and the steering column and box on the RHD. I dont know how much room you would have on a landcruiser but something to consider. Im sure a local exhaust shop would be able to make you up a set.
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Would really appreciate it if you could find out for me


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Thanks – do you perhaps know what companies sell them – would for sure like to get a set
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Thanks – do you perhaps know what companies sell them – would for sure like to get a set
I provided a link in the post.
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Here in CA, I often see wrecked trucks getting parted out on the local craigslist:
SF bay area auto parts - all classifieds - craigslist

Some of the wreckers should be able to deliver to your agent.

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Thanks will look at those options


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Sorry, was way after midnight. Called them, but they’re out of stock for the next 2 months.

Also called Empire Diesel – said I should dump the idea because they cause too much turbo lag. Now I’m confused....!


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Thanks – will be going there shortly
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If you are going to search craigslist as suggested by AMG-SM try using searchtempest.com which facilitates more geographically broad craigslist searching. For wrecked trucks search auto parts for superduty, F-250, and F-350.
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Thanks again honeydew - think I'm getting closer
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Good deal. I'm killing time at work waiting for a furnace to cool- here are some engines:

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Appreciate that Brad, I look forward to your build thread with lots of pictures. Vero Beach is about 140 miles north of Miami Florida. I'm between the two and can help if needed.
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There are a few new turbocharges available in one of the big online classifieds here in SA, and the prices look good. What make, size, model etc. would be ideal for the 7.3 Powerstroke.?

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Was looking for a set of SS headers - Chad at Empire tells me they cause too much turbo lag - any comments here.?
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Getting ready to order all my performance parts - really need advice on SS headers, and who make good ones that won't crack.

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