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Old 06-13-2007, 09:32 AM   #1
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After viewing the wisdom of all of you on this great site, I am looking to install an ehaust brake on my 2002 F350 dually Crewcab lariat, 7.2 diesel, 2x4. Camping world has one but only for certain Fords as per date of manufact ---none for a 2002 Ford??? Any help will be appreciated. Maverik
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After viewing the wisdom of all of you on this great site, I am looking to install an ehaust brake on my 2002 F350 dually Crewcab lariat, 7.2 diesel, 2x4. Camping world has one but only for certain Fords as per date of manufact ---none for a 2002 Ford??? Any help will be appreciated. Maverik
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Old 06-15-2007, 06:35 AM   #3
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Where are you located?
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Maverik,
You have several options for your 7.3, anywhere from a 10.00 do it yourself kit to ones from Bank and Pac Brake... Ive seen these from 300 + to up and over a grand.
I use the DIY one and it woks very well (this uses your EBV located on your turbo)..... if the shop states they dont make one for your 2002.... find another shop. I would hate to have an unqualified tech touching my truck..... maybe thats why I do All of my own maintenance and modifications.
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rich,thanks for replying---Saginaw, Michigan
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Frankenstein, thanks for the info. I will have to rely on a tech since I am somewhat shy of the skills to work on a diesel to be comfortable with the results---that is of right now. anyway, you have given me some info to start with. I do like the !0.00 plan, but don't waNT TO BE POUND FOOLISH. mANY THANKS, MAVERI8K
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