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Old 03-17-2008, 09:01 AM
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7.3 turbo exploded view

Does anybody have a exploded view of a turbo on a 7.3 ? It would make me feel a little better if I had something to look at. My compressor wheel, ex. turbine and shaft should be back today from getting balanced. I'd like to get it back together tonight. If its warm enough, 4-5 inches of snow last night.
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Old 03-17-2008, 11:06 AM
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Found a exploded view, just in case anyone else needs it. Wish it was a little clearer.


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  1. O Ring (seal plate)
  2. Piston Ring or Carbon Seal (comp side)
  3. Snap Ring (bearing)
  4. Bearing (journal)
  5. Bearing (thrust)
  6. Lockplate (brg.hsg.)
  7. Bolt (lockplate brg.hsg.)
  8. Bolt (lockplate turb. hsg.)
  9. Lockplate (turb.hsg.)
  10. Clamp plate (turb.hsg.)
  11. Lockplate (comp.hsg.)
  12. Clamp plate (comp.hsg.)
  13. Shaft Nut
  14. Piston Ring (turb. side)
  15. Piston Ring (turb. side alt)
  16. Bolt (lockplate comp. hsg.)
  17. Heat Shield
  18. Seal Plate
  19. alt
  20. Alternate bolt
  21. O Ring or Gasket
  22. Compressor Wheel
  23. Turbine shaft
  24. Bearing housing
  25. Flange gasket (turbine inlet)
  26. Collar (thrust)
  27. Gasket (oil inlet)
  28. Gasket (oil outlet)
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[QUOTE=rugermack]Found a exploded view, just in case anyone else needs it.QUOTE]

Reps for the exploded veiw. Thanks.
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Old 03-17-2008, 11:27 AM
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Brandon did a good writup with pics. Check out the thread.


That exploded view, while similar, does not appear to be the same turbo as our stock trucks have.
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Good write up. I read the whole thread and wondered why a screw driver was used to hold exaust wheel. I was wondering if thats were his whistle came from. In the picture below it looks like several fins are bent. Is that something to be concerned about ? I liked the warning about the thrust bearing, I could see it possible going on wrong, and burning up the turbo. I don't mean to bash about exaust fins, just wondering about it.



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In the picture below it looks like several fins are bent. Is that something to be concerned about ?

That is how they all are. They are made like that.
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mine are straight at the ends, look right by his thumb. Theres a small curve right at the end.
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I think that is an optical illusion because of the angle. Look at all the blades from 6-11 o'clock. They seem to have the same bend that changes slightly with the angle. The ones from 12-5 do not appear to have it and I believe it is due to the angle.
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I'm at work now, I'll look when I get home.
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Is it me, or is that exploded view back-asswards??
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That turbo is for a different frame. Have a look at the shape of the up pipe flange. Ours is the reverse rotation one IIANM. Those locking clips are not a part of the stock turbo either, though my BB unit has some similar clips.

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Okay, thanks for confirming that I'm not nutz. At least this time...

Man, I can't wait to put one of those on mine!!
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Is it me, or is that exploded view back-asswards??
Just hold it up to a mirror. If you're afraid to look in a mirror (I know I am), see below.












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It is an optical illusion. Chris rode around with me yesterday and he confirmed that the dentist drill has to go. I will tackle that this week.

The thing is, if you have pulled the drive wheel and shaft(1 piece) out of the housing you will realize that it weighs a lot and is a serious chunk of metal. To bend the blades on the exhaust side of the turbo would take alot of force, way more than a screwdriver wrapped in a towel could exert. remember your compressor wheel is only about 1 turn past finger tight (if that much).

Also if you'll notice that large gouge below the shaft in that pic of my drive wheel. well, that is how a wheel is balanced, material is removed until it spins true. if you look at the pics of my compressor wheel you'll notice a couple of chunks out of the backside of that wheel too.
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Also if you'll notice that large gouge below the shaft in that pic of my drive wheel. well, that is how a wheel is balanced, material is removed until it spins true. if you look at the pics of my compressor wheel you'll notice a couple of chunks out of the backside of that wheel too.
I need not wonder now. Thanks.
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