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Old 07-10-2011, 09:33 PM
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Default Do It Yourselfers! Tools needed to work on 6.0

I posted this in powerstroke.orgs forum figured id do it in here too.

RADKITPLUSA, Vacuum/Filler, Cooling System
This ensures no air bubbles, proper coolant level every time and no need to burp!

S6196KR, Socket, Ford ICP Sensor, 1 1/16", 3/8" square drive
This is the early build 6.0 Socket for ICP sensor. And no the turbo doesnt have to come out either to get to it same with IPR

OTC Tools & Equipment 6765 FORD 6.0L IPR SOCKET TOOL, StockWiseAuto
This is the IPR Socket. To pop IPRs out you dont need to pull the turbo but the engine has to be cold

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SP60, Wrench, Fan, 1 7/8" (48 mm)
Fan clutch wrench

FTXEL40E2, Bit, TORX, Extra Long, T40
Youll need to do a little fabricating with this, youll need to shorten the bit and weld it to a socket 5/16ths

Ford 6.0L High Pressure Fuel Rail Adapters | OTC Tool Manufacturer for Cars and Trucks
This is what youll need for a suspected High pressure oil leak in order to air check it.

BLPTS1430, Socket Driver, TORX, Stubby, Blue-Point, T30
I use this with a 1/4 inch flex head ratchet to get the T 30 torx bolts out of the oil rail with

Mac Tools Online Store - MV7300
This is what i use to clean cylinders and oil/coolant galleries when doing head gaskets

The next 2 are what i use putting 6.4s and 6.0s together with
L872, Head, Sealed Ratchet, 5 15/16" L x 1 1/4" D x 2 1/2" W

L872RM, Handle, Knurled, Locking Button, 36"
Thats just doing head bolts, that bastard doesnt flex or bow

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SP60, Wrench, Fan, 1 7/8" (48 mm)
Fan clutch wrench

FTXEL40E2, Bit, TORX, Extra Long, T40
Youll need to do a little fabricating with this, youll need to shorten the bit and weld it to a socket 5/16ths

Ford 6.0L High Pressure Fuel Rail Adapters | OTC Tool Manufacturer for Cars and Trucks
This is what youll need for a suspected High pressure oil leak in order to air check it.

BLPTS1430, Socket Driver, TORX, Stubby, Blue-Point, T30
I use this with a 1/4 inch flex head ratchet to get the T 30 torx bolts out of the oil rail with

Mac Tools Online Store - MV7300
This is what i use to clean cylinders and oil/coolant galleries when doing head gaskets

The next 2 are what i use putting 6.4s and 6.0s together with
L872, Head, Sealed Ratchet, 5 15/16" L x 1 1/4" D x 2 1/2" W

L872RM, Handle, Knurled, Locking Button, 36"
Thats just doing head bolts, that bastard doesnt flex or bow
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Thanks for this, I'll be adding it to the Tech section.
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