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Texas (Harris County) and Arizona (Coconino County) Full Delete?

I live in near Houston, Texas and have a 2011 250 6.7 and interested in deleting at some point. Truck is at 112k. We will be moving to Arizona near Flagstaff. I was wondering the legality and issue I might run into now in Texas and later in Arizona if I got it done. Any info is appreciated.
 
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Can't speak for Arizona, but in The Great State of Texas, emissions on diesels doesn't matter too much. This is a state where a turbo counts as a muffler, lol

We do safety inspections on diesel trucks, never emissions testing.
 
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Thank you for the information about Texas. I thought that was the case, but didn't want to get pulled over or fail annual inspection.
Now I just need to find out about Arizona. Although it is several years off, I would think I would still be driving this dream truck!.
 
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If any state has emissions testing before you can register your truck there you will have to have a smog done.
 
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Originally Posted by eastcoastweb View Post
Thank you for the information about Texas. I thought that was the case, but didn't want to get pulled over or fail annual inspection.
Now I just need to find out about Arizona. Although it is several years off, I would think I would still be driving this dream truck!.
Arizona only tests in the Phoenix and Tucson areas. But, that doesn’t mean things will never change.
 


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