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Old 02-24-2017, 12:01 PM   #15
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Sorry for the bad link...from the one above go down to the pdf Exhaust Parts Catalog. The flanges and clamps are in the 30-33 or pages.

Donaldson makes about 90% of the stuff in the industry so a match should be in there.

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WILDEBILL this mess was already in place when I started working on it, I really don't know where it came from. I do have my suspicions that the previous owner may have had the system replaced, simply because Cummins does not recognize it. I removed the wastegate/turbo flange and now trying to replace that and start from there.

There is no "wastegate" after the turbo. The only thing after the turbo is the exhaust brake if you have one. Just trying to understand, you have a hole in the exhaust pipe coming off the turbo, right? I would take that section of the exhaust with me to a Diesel parts store and see if they can match it. Most of the big car parts stores are carrying more diesel and diesel performance parts. Look for a shop that does diesel exhaust.
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Thanks WILDEBILL the wastegate flange bolts to the back of the turbo which has a v-band flange welded to it , the exhaust pipe has a v-band flange welded on the end that connects the two. I have located the parts today also placed the order and hopefully I will be set now???
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