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Old 03-20-2003, 09:10 PM
kip Foss kip Foss is offline
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Be careful with that 'might as well' attitude. It will cost you big bucks. I tore into my 6.3 Diesel to replace an oil sensor and 'might as welled' myself into $1,500 worth of other repairs. the engine runs like mad but in the end I really didn't need the repairs.

Check www.************************ for the tools. If you are good with your mechanical skills and have access to an oxy tourch and a welder you can make some of the bent allen wrenches. Some of the allen sockets can be purchased at your local parts shop slightly cheaper than from performance products. A good parts store brand is Blackhawk. Its made by Proto but is noticeably cheaper. Harbor Freight often has allen sockets that are really cheap compared to Proto or Snap-On.
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