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Question Need right (bellows) Turbo-to-exhaust pipe 6V92

The title say it all. The bellows on the pipe that connects the right exhaust manifold to the turbo has failed. I checked with Randy to see if he has any left and he doesn't.

Anyone have one they want to sell, or know where one can be purchased at a reasonable price?

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i do have a bellows,new onr too.
If you can weld it together?
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Part number 5101394. Around $450
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i do have a bellows,new onr too.
If you can weld it together?
Randy is yours stainless or regular steel?

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Tom,
See if this one is what you need.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Dertroit-Di...2:pf:0&vxp=mtr
No I need the 90 degree pipe that connects the turbo to the exhaust manifold.

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stainless,of course.
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Randy is yours stainless or regular steel?



No I need the 90 degree pipe that connects the turbo to the exhaust manifold.

TOM
Wasn't someone selling some of those parts at the WOG rally at Pine Mountain this year?
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The connecting flange on the bellows sife needed to be replaced on mine. Went to a custom muffler shop and had a new flange welded on for 25 dollars. Most shops can fabricate that pipe probably cheaper than getting it from DD.
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Wasn't someone selling some of those parts at the WOG rally at Pine Mountain this year?
I saw that, too, but I think he was looking to sell the whole kit. I think he had a turbo and associated stuff, too.
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There aren't any shops I would trust around here to do the work. I could do it myself if my health was better. At this point, I need the bus to transport me around to appointments and don't want to fool around trying to get mechanics to make up stuff. That's why I really would rather buy a pipe if possible. Does anyone have the original Detroit Diesel part number? J.T. Stevenson in Baltimore can get one but they need the number.

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Do you have the engine model number and the TYPE number for the turbo? The type numbers should be on a sticker on the valve covers. Part number should be 5101394.


Also read this post starting at #7

https://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.c...ead.php?t=9797
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