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Old March 26th, 2013, 03:26 PM
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Heat Pipes??

Where can I get the heat pipes that run across the top of the left valve cover? I've searched around, but been unable to find them. Also, what is the part that's attached to the firewall?

I want to swap out these corroded components. Truck runs great, but the look in the engine bay leaves much to be desired.
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I looked for a while for them.

I removed mine, used sandpaper and painted with KBS Coating.
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Seems the way to go. What color did you use?

I suppose powdercoating is a feasible option as well.
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Part on the firewall is your brake portioning valve.
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Seems the way to go. What color did you use?

I suppose powdercoating is a feasible option as well.
Flat Black.
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Blasting then powdercoating is nice, sandpaper or wire brush then paint works too but sometimes they are so rusted you may be better off with replacements. Take a good look inside when you get them off for rust.
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Leaning towards powdercoating, but if anyone has a set their willing to part with let me know.
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I think one of the parts is ERR5474. I think that is the one without the bleeder. I'm having trouble looking them up, so don't hold me to that.

EDIT: actually that might be just for 4.0.... not 3.9...

------ Follow up post added March 27th, 2013 10:27 AM ------

Ok. ERR319 is both pipes, with the bleeder....
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