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btfarm

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Don't think you'll find one that one of our vendors sells but I did my LBZ with the kit from All Seasons Diesel
 

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I'm looking at them too. I see kits with a "T" and kits without. Is there a performance difference or is it just preferance. Also there are DIY kits you can put together yourself, is there a downfall to these? It all seems pretty simple I think.

Mike I looked up and down for your write up on this, and cant find it anywhere?
 

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You can do it yourself, but it looks just like "you did it yourself." Or get the kit, which looks much more professional and is a much cleaner install. I also got the allseasonsdiesel kit. Mine does not have T's. The PCV reroute kit prevents the leaky oil buildup in the factory blue turbo boots.
 

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I'll have to go digging Chad to see if I can find what I posted. It wasn't in a DIY thread though. I pretty much used the instructions with the all seasons kit. you can look at them ahead of time from his site too. It's a top notch kit.
 
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