rob2283: since this is time lapsed its tough to know so how many hours did it take
to completely this job? or roughly anyways.. thanks
mystiqueman366: @sgtdstan is it possible to remove the cab of an excursion? Wouldn't that
be the entire body??
METALMULISHACO: How mcuh does this whole instillation cost about
maxtrax89: @tmrufio Its a die grinder with a wire brush. What would you recommend to
Bazilla dasrite: Approximately, how many hours did this operarion take ?.
Dynamic Diesel and Bear Alignment: Yes you sure do!
MorePowerDiesel: In this process the engine does not require removal, but in most cases cab
removal is recommended. The cost on this is 6-7,000. We highly advise this
be done by a Professional especially without pulling the cab. It is a
tedious process and you need all of the appropriate equipment and tools. We
having been working on Dodge, Ford, and Chev/GMC diesels for 20 years now.
If you get a chance give us a like on Facebook at Dynamic Diesel
Performance or DX2Parts. Thank you for your comment!
madman440: you lift the cab/body a little to get it in.
mjc12190: That's awesome, I'm thinking of going to UTI to become a certified diesel
tech. The community college that I go to keeps on having auto shop courses
cashcoldgts: it takes 12 hours to pull and put in if you know what your doing and just
under 2g with egr bypass
redfiresvt: it's not easier to lift the body on the excursion, on the pickups yes, but
not the excursion. there is alot more bs to disconnect. the motor can be
removed from the vehicle without lifting the body or even removing the
front clip. it's a tight fit but it can be done if you tilt the motor just
right. i wouldn't want to change head gaskets with the motor still in there.
dieselperformance17: how much does a average bulletproofing cost and can anyone do it or do you
need to remove the engine
Dynamic Diesel and Bear Alignment: Hey - Thanks for the Compliment it isnt often when someone sends
appreciation to others when talent is recognized. Thanks!
Key Hole Eyes: This amazing work you are doing. Its just fascinating to watch you at work.
How long does the whole process take to complete and what should the cost
be to do, parts and labor. I think I might have to have this done on my
2005 diesel excursion and live in Southern Ca. Not sure if I should take it
to the dealer or if I can find a reliable shop that can do this at a
reasonable price. Thank you in advance for your answer.
sgtdstan: Can you stud it without pulling the cab?
Dynamic Diesel and Bear Alignment: Thanks for watching our video .. The answer to your question is it depends
on the vehicle mileage, and the condition of the heads. Once they are
removed as to what else will be done to them.......
redfiresvt: what do you guys do to the heads before putting them back on? just check
for cracks and flatness or do you have them machined?
jboydmv90: @tmrufio Yes you can get these heads machined, the most they can take off
is 12 thousands but not recommended
Max McKeever: I'm 16 and looking to do this to my 2004 F250. I look up to the guys who do
this daily because it really is an art to be able to do it without pulling
the cab. Any pointers?
tmrufio: @redfiresvt you cannot machine these heads. check for cracks, flatness and
pitting/erosion of the surfaces.
Sebastian Rockefeller: @Jeffreykum You can pull the heads off with the cab on the body. The reason
for pulling the cab is without the body around the engine it's easier to
work on getting the gaskets out. Of course if you don't have a lift, taking
the cab off would be a real pain in the ass. It's sort of a myth going
around that you have to remove the cab so a lot of people don't take on
this size of a job.
Kevin Rogers: hey guys, the drivers side rear headbolt/stud, how do you guys get that in
there? from what i understood you cant get the stud to slide in there
without lifting the cab a little or in this case the body?
jet62095: As he leaves the rags in the intake and re-assembles it... that would SUCK
tmrufio: there ya go guy, blast those sealing surfaces with a die grinder!
Dynamic Diesel and Bear Alignment: Thank you for watching our video! It is sad to hear that many High Schools
as well as Vocational Schools are cutting such important courses in the
Automotive field. Chase your dream and attend UTI - Make the best of it -
be sure to learn the Light Medium Duty Diesel as it is very difficult to
find a good Diesel Tech in that field. Good Luch to you!
f350powerstroke: Good gosh that seems like a pain in the ass job
taledarkside: has to suck doing one of those
tmrufio: @jboydmv90 You can get any heads machined - but the manufacturer says not
to for this application.
MorePowerDiesel: Yes - you can stud without pulling the cab but it takes a little patience.
Unless it is a van, then its R & R Engine Time!
wafrederick: Done it the hard way,most unbolt the body from the frame also disconnecting
the hoses,wiring and raise the body.It is easier to work on this way.
njrun: how much to do that
Jeffrey Kumjian: Why can't you pull the heads off a 6.0 power stroke diesel in a F-250 truck
MorePowerDiesel: Here in Washington State $6,000-$7,000 Complete
JEREMY FOUNTAIN: do u stud the sucker
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