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Old 10-30-2007, 02:09 AM
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97 powerstroke turbo removal

this is my first time ever removing a turbo and i was wondering if any one had some tips as to how to get to the right rear pedistal bolt sence i cant remove the turbo from the pedistal because it bolts from the bottom on this model. any tips would be greatley apreciated.
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If you want some more help go post this down in the 7.3L fourm. Just go down the fourms page more,
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thanks nick for pointing me to the correct forum i appreciate it. hopefully they got something good to tell me cause i would really like to have this done. im a college stundent about 15 hours from home and im doing all this work i my apartment parking lot.
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