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Old 08-13-2014, 12:10 AM
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Ordered new cups from Riff Raff with the tool to pull them. Just wondering any of you guys have tips for me before I dig in.
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Follow the instructions from Riff Raff. I did and the job is not too bad. Set apart some time and don't go too fast. It's not too bad of a job.

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It was a hell of the job for me. Clean the bores well. I could not get the cups to seal until the seventh time under the valve covers. Turned out I did not clean them enough for the loctite to seal. Therapy is helpful for PMS in general, and this job in particular...
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Went good today had a bit of time to wrench on it not bad at all. Have one ? How did you guys get the valve cover bolt off next to pass side ac. Swivel set up? Might need to stop buy Sear or the Snap on truck.
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Get yourself one of these at Sears: Craftsman 13mm Socket, 6 pt. Flex - Tool Catalog - Mechanic's Tools - Sockets
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You need a 13 mm flex socket, a universal makes the assembly too big. If it's a truck, you can get at the bottom bolts through the wheel well. If it's an Excursion, you have to wait until the stores open.

You will want a host of items to make the job easier, every tool I used is posted in that link in my signature (complete with pictures and videos). The Mity-Vac with a vacuum gauge is indispensable on the 7.3L.
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