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Does anyone know of any real good diesel shops in Phoenix area that specialize, or are very good, at working on the 6.0?
I have 80k on mine, had the head gaskets, turbo, and egr cooler replaced at 60k, apparently due to the tuner, and am running stock now.
Before I start playing around with tuners again, I would like to know if there is a good, reputable shop I can take it too to get ARP studs once the head gasket lets loose again.
04 PSD CC 4x4 XLT
8" Superlift, 37"BFG's
Yeah, I pretty much do the same on my own as well. Its not necessarily a trust issue, though I dont like giving mine up, but the shop rates for hourly work keep me from going. I know of one shop I had heard great recommendations about, just have to ask which one it was again as I cant remember!
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1994 F-350 CC Dually : DRW 4x4 XLT, 97 7.3 DIT conversion, tuned, open pipe and modded!. http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/94...p-started.html 2010 F-250 CC SRW 6.4PS: 6.4 Powerstroke, 3" lift, Ranch hand F+R Bumpers and guards, ARE Topper, PIAA Off road lighting, more to come!
strictly diesel just merged with ITP. thee new name is sinister diesel and they moved just South of the Deer Valley airport. don't know about phoen number changes but web site is still good
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the little people who live behind my eyes and scream directly at my brain told me to tell you HELLO Diamond K your complete automotive and truck repair center
Reliable Diesel in Mesa did ARP studs on my 03 6.0 for 3500. I know the owner from Boy Scouts. He has done alot of the work on mine and I think does a good job. I am just lazy these days and don't want to do my own work.
I at one time thought Reliable was a good place but some of the mechanics have changed and it seems the owner is not around as much to keep thing right, I would not go there anymore. Get gauges of some kind scan gauge is a inexpensive way to go. BPD is in mesa and I think they sell them off the shelf already programed, about 150.00 I think. Diesel filters online for motorcraft or racor filters I have rotella t-6 5-40 in mine at the moment. Find out what your delta beteen EOT-ECT is. I would flush and put cat elc in. Go to the 6.0 forum and read the tech folder from top to bottom lots of info there and alot of great people on the FTE to help with everything.
2003 F-350 CC XLT 4x4 LB (Stolen)(Deceased)
2006 F-350 CC Lariat FX4 4x4 LB
2007 34' Ragen Toy Hauler Fifth Wheel
ARP's, Dfuser coolant filter, Blue FPR spring,Fumoto valve for oil & block drains, BPD EGR cooler, Edge CTS, Cat EC-1 coolant, 6.4 banjo bolts,HFCM Drain plug
Clutch, Transmission, Differential, Axle & Transfer Case
10-12-2001 10:29 AM
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