Intercooler pipe

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Yes, if you can’t fix it with Gorilla Tape, you simply haven’t used enough!
I just taped up the screen door that my Dane had an anxiety attack on.

Good luck with the piping, take pics and keep us posted! Keep the faith, it is going to work out :cheers:

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So, the stock hot side intercooler pipe is installed, got the camper home safe and sound, and have no doubt it will pull fine going forward (though I will still upgrade to the wehrli pipe this fall).

Next step is that I need to get to the local cat scale and do some testing. There is definitely a learning curve trying to get used to that much weight being on the truck. There's some chucking and bouncing (and it might be normal, but I'm not used to it) so i want to see what my pin weight really is.
 

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I saw that pic your wife posted of the storm you guys were heading into. I'm glad you got 'er home safe & sound. :thumbs:
 

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Good to hear all is well and you got the camper back home. :thumbs:
 

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So, the stock hot side intercooler pipe is installed, got the camper home safe and sound, and have no doubt it will pull fine going forward (though I will still upgrade to the wehrli pipe this fall).

Next step is that I need to get to the local cat scale and do some testing. There is definitely a learning curve trying to get used to that much weight being on the truck. There's some chucking and bouncing (and it might be normal, but I'm not used to it) so i want to see what my pin weight really is.


Very cool. I have been looking at the Wehrli stuff...damn, peace of mind be spendy!
 

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So, the stock hot side intercooler pipe is installed, got the camper home safe and sound, and have no doubt it will pull fine going forward (though I will still upgrade to the wehrli pipe this fall).

Next step is that I need to get to the local cat scale and do some testing. There is definitely a learning curve trying to get used to that much weight being on the truck. There's some chucking and bouncing (and it might be normal, but I'm not used to it) so i want to see what my pin weight really is.


Very cool. I have been looking at the Wehrli stuff...damn, peace of mind be spendy!

yeah it is, but if it makes you feel better, it's cheaper than the stock part.
 

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