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Old 02-14-2009, 01:36 PM   #1
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Default Diagram of exploded view of 6.0L turbo parts

Does anyone have an exploded view or a diagram of the parts that attach to a 6.0 VGT powerstroke turbo? A picture of one removed with everything still attached to it would be great also. I have one of these turbos and I don't know what the pedestal looks like, how the oil drain tube attaches(feels loose), how the oil inlet attaches. I am looking for some direction on parts to buy to make this turbo useable for a JY build. Thanks.

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Does anyone have an exploded view or a diagram of the parts that attach to a 6.0 VGT powerstroke turbo? A picture of one removed with everything still attached to it would be great also. I have one of these turbos and I don't know what the pedestal looks like, how the oil drain tube attaches(feels loose), how the oil inlet attaches. I am looking for some direction on parts to buy to make this turbo useable for a JY build. Thanks.

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the oil feed line bolts to the top of it. the drain tube just pushes into the bottom. the turbo just sits on top of it.
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Anyone else? I have an oil drain tube but it is a very loose fit. I have got some new o-rings on the way for it. It has some metal tabs on the side. Where do they go? This thing is way too loose to be just a friction fit. Anyone have any part numbers?
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Anyone else? I have an oil drain tube but it is a very loose fit. I have got some new o-rings on the way for it. It has some metal tabs on the side. Where do they go? This thing is way too loose to be just a friction fit. Anyone have any part numbers?
it does fit loose. the metal tabs on it is where it aligns and sits in a groove in the pedestal. there is no pressure on the drain side of a turbo. that is the reason you need a pump for a remote mount setup. you could probably tap it with some pipe thread and use an fittings.
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Do you know where I can get things like the pedestal and oil inlet tube for cheap?
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Do you know where I can get things like the pedestal and oil inlet tube for cheap?
for cheap i am gonna say salvage yard. need to know what year turbo. 03 and early 04 mounted different than later years. also had different drain tubes but that should not matter for what you are trying to accomplish.
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