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    this is going to be one of my winter project im doing this winter

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    did mine.. longest part is drying out the innercooler... found air compressor helps to blow out the carb cleaner.

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    oh.. also safety glasses are a must
    Should only take about half a day.

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    Can anyone confirm which bolts are TTY? I asked on a parts website and they told me 8 bolts the bolt the supercharger down and 11 bolts for the IC. Attached is the diagram they sent. I circled the bolts and gaskets.

    I know some might say you dont HAVE to replace the bolts, but I have had this truck for 8 yrs and its never been done so I would like to do it right.

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    Sorry, having issues with the picture. Bolts they are saying I need are

    W705653-S309 x4
    N606571-S309 x4
    N606500-S100 x11

    Can someone please confirm which are TTY?

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    I did mine after having the beast 10 years. didn't replace any bolts or gaskets. 2 years later working fine
    don't think I did it wrong, but if you desire to change the bolts- go for it. It's your ride

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    just reuse everything as long as your not a gorilla and bend or screw up the gaskets. i dont think many replace the tty bolts.

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    No one buys new bolts....The ones that your brackets bolt to are over $100 each last time I checked and the TTY I/C bolts....you can forget it

    Email is fast..... Jake@3rdrowinnovations.com

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    If you need the long bolts to hold the blower that don't hold the brackets you can get a 4 pk foe about $20

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    did you round off the bolts? Swivels are your friend in removing the SC

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    Swivels definitely

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    OK, i just removed everything and it was really bad. Definitely has not been cleaned in 12 yrs/ 130,000 miles. I sprayed everything with green brake cleaner as stating in one of these how to's.

    Well, I noticed the the supercharger rotors coating is peeling off now. I thought the green cleaner would not do that. What do I do now???

    I read somewhere on here the some people strip the coating off, but how do i get it all off and will it effect anything?

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    Keep stripping the rotors. If you don't they will flake and can damage the rotor pack.

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    I usually wipe the rotors by hand with a mild detergant/degreaser. Soak the IC in coil kleener, spray the case In brake cleaner. Check and remove anything in the case bearings, grease them and reinstall the pack. Stand the blower up vertical, apply black gasket maker, let it tack up, add oil (6oz), install snout, bolt it down and done

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    As far as the TTY bolts, its only the ones that bolt the IC to the midplate. There is no need to seperate the two for cleaning. So if you dont, you dont need to replace those. The main supercharger bolts, and gaskets are fine to reuse.

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