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  1. Shaneb75
    01-27-2016 07:05 PM - permalink
    His name is Jason, I have his number if you need it. 8C3Z6565B / 8C3Z-6565-B / 6565

    6 0 6 4 Powerstroke Diesel Genuine Ford Updated Push Rod Set F250 F350 F450 | eBay
  2. Shaneb75
    01-27-2016 03:41 PM - permalink
    Good deal. I know Anthony has installed a couple of sets with success.

    Do you have a date you plan to dive in? I have a few tools you can borrow, you live close enough that we can make it happen. Just let me know.
  3. Shaneb75
    01-26-2016 11:08 PM - permalink
    No, for the same reason I didn't have them milled. We have 2 reputable machine shops in Tulsa, both are scared to death of 6.0 heads. If they are cracked, and they all will have some cracks, they won't touch them. DT Ron swears by Fords procedure and states he have never had a redo. Here is the other thing, I didn't have HG concerns when I did installed my studs, so I figured I would be OK. So good so far. Sux paying 60 bones for a straight edge that you will likely use once tho... lol
  4. Shaneb75
    01-26-2016 09:23 PM - permalink
    I did on the drivers side I believe, because there was signs of leaking. Because I opted to use a straight edge and measure flatness, I didn't "have to" remove the manifolds.
  5. BLADE35
    12-21-2015 07:23 PM - permalink
    Yes still around just been busy latly with work and remodeling my house
    Told wife it would be done by xmas I'm running out of time
    Got to paint and lay carpet

    The truck hasn't gave me any problems it just goes
  6. timmytoes
    04-20-2012 12:15 AM - permalink
    Hey Rusty,
    The star with the aviator wings means "senior aviator" It jsut means that I had over 1000 flight hours and I think 7 or 8 years of service as a pilot. I really should have a wreath around the star which means 3000 hours and 15 years of service. I flew A and C model 58s, blackhawks and H model hueys back in the day but the armed ones were before my time too. I always wanted the cobra but we got rid of them before I got the chance. Where do you work?
  7. Rusty Axlerod
    04-19-2012 07:16 PM - permalink
    Hey Tim,
    What does the star represent? I work for an Army contractor and see the wings all the time, but I don't see many with stars on them. I'm an Armament guy currently working D model 58's but I've worked on most everything starting with the G model Cobra and up. (armed Huey's were before my time. lol)

About Me

  • About timmytoes
    Retired Army Helicopter Pilot
    Central Arkansas
    4 wheeling, boating camping, anything outdoors.
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    Country of Residence
    Current Mileage
    100,000 - 124,999
    Miles per year
    10,000 - 14,999
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    Tim D,
    2005 F250 6.0 Diesel


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