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Old 10-12-2017, 11:10 AM
08stroker250 08stroker250 is offline
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Default replacing rocker arm

Whats up guys! I'm about to pull the truck down and replace the rocker arms. It's also getting an egr d*****, new hoses, thermostats, rocker bridges, and supply tubes. Truck is a 2008 job2 with 113k on the clock. Been tooned since it had 4k on it. Everything else is stock. Its been a great truck so far and I want to keep it that way. Truck is driven about 45 miles 6 days a week to work and pulls a camper a few times a year, 300 miles one way each trip.

My questions are can I reuse the seals on the line from the fuel pump to rail or do I need a new line or just the seals?

Also whenI remove the fuel cooler do I need to get new banjo bolts and seals, or is there enough room to just move it out of the way without disconnecting the lines?

Also, every once in a blue moon I get a cylinder 3 contribution balance. Do I need to replace that injector? Its the only one thats ever done it that i can remember. I get it once maybe twice a year.

Also, are the aftermarket fuel supply tubes, rail to injector, as good as the OE tubes?

I'm also going to pull the intercooler and radiator out to clean the fins and what not.

Do you guys have any other suggestions on what else might need to be replaced as far as preventative maintenance or any helpful hints on the whole process?
Sorry for all the questions and long post. Just want to have all my ducks in a row. Thanks!
 

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