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Well i went to town because its riddled with core buyers and the most i could get outta my emission crap is $235 85 for the down pipe cat and 75 a piece for the dpf and other cat. I thought that seemed really low what do yall think.
 

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throw it on ebAY and see what you can get.
 

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I dont know that i would sell it that cheap. The DPF is supposedly coded to your truck. Replacement value is in the $2k range from what i heard.
 

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Maybe someone can sell me a melted or used one so I can make a DPF delete kit that looks like the DPF is on there "for off road use only" but will retain my factory warranty without needing to swap them
 

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Well i went to town because its riddled with core buyers and the most i could get outta my emission crap is $235 85 for the down pipe cat and 75 a piece for the dpf and other cat. I thought that seemed really low what do yall think.
I would keep them. :popcorn:
 

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If anyone wants to get rid of their dpf please pm me. I am looking to buy a backup dpf for experimentation.
 

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so they can take up much needed space in my garage? my warrenty is voided either way.
yes but if you get stopped in the future by a highway patrol officer and they look under your truck, you will get a fix-it ticket. The ticket will be HUGE if you don't fix the problem, and buying new emissions equipment will have a HUGE bill to fix it. If you keep your stuff, tucked away and safe from abuse, you can bolt it back on, pay the ticket and show repair, yank it back off, and all would be good in the world again.
 
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