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Old 10-29-2012, 12:08 AM
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injector pump rebuilders in the joplin area?

has anyone used one and what was your experience? our old ford diesel expert in neosho has retired. i am looking for one close by that another member has used and would recommend. thanks!
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Bailey Diesel in Nixa is about the closest one I know of. (about an hour and a half drive) I don't know any out near Joplin. These guys are REALLY good, but they charge accordingly. Stop in the monthly B.S. chat thread and say hi. There's lots of good folks in here.
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There is also Ferguson's.... but just like Baily's $$$. My brother in law used them for a stock turbo replacement $$$$.

I had Baily's replace my IP and add 3 pillar gauges to it for way to much, I will not use them again and would not recommend them to any friend of mine.

I found a local Dodge guy that could of rebuild mine (2nd gen 24 valve VP44) but found him to late, he is up by Bolivar Mo 2 hrs away.

My Dodge guy just got me a deal on a aftermarket exhaust manifold and replaced it for a lot cheaper than the others around. I can get a hold of him and see who he recommends in that area for ya?
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i'd like that. the only place i could find was Joplin Diesel and they charged $525 for a 7.3 pump. i'm sure they do a good job and all but a reman BWD pump through oreilly's is only $400 with a year warranty.
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The guy I used for my exhaust manifold got me a aftermarket one and put it on quickly (no broken head bolts, thankfully) for a great price.

I am using him again for sure if need be, he is located right off Hwy 13 just north of Bolivar.

Billy 417-770-0062 I would say he is a Dodge guy for sure, but it might be worth a call at least.....he works from his home/shop.
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