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Are you asking because you are already going to have the engine out? It would be easier in the sense that you don't have to work around the fenders and grille to do them. But they are easy to do in the truck as well. As soon as you pull the plugs the oil or fuel will drain out. There will still be some that goes into the cylenders though so make sure to suck it out. Once you get them in you just crank it till it starts. It usually takes quite awihle of cranking to get the oil and fuel rails filled back up though so crank in like 30 second intervals.
'96 F-250 Extended Cab, GT'S injectors, GT'S intercooler install kit, custom turbo kit with a little HX40, Swamp's BIGEST oil.
466 on #2 only
739 with NČO
13.544 in 1/4 mi!
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