2 NEW FORD 6.0 TURBO DIESEL F350 TRUCK CYLINDER HEADS 20mm CAST #613 2006-2010

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FORD 6.0 20MM TURBO DIESEL CYLINDER HEAD

Original price was: $1,400.00.Current price is: $1,350.00.

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FORD 6.0 20MM TURBO DIESEL CYLINDER HEAD

PAIR OF NEW FORD 6.0 TURBO DIESEL F350 TRUCK CYLINDER HEADS. CASTING NUMBER 613 ONLY. FITS YEARS 1/16/2006 AND UP. POWER STROKE

*THIS HEADS ARE SOLD AS A PAIR.* 1855613C

THIS SALE IS FOR A PAIR OF NEW FORD 6.0 POWERSTROKE DIESEL HEADS.

20mm dowel

WE PRESSURE TEST THE HEAD AT 30 PSI . WE ALSO PRESSURE TEST THE FUEL RAILS AT 70 PSI. THE ALUM ROCKER BOX THAT BOLTS TO THE TOP OF THE HEAD VARY FROM HEAD TO HEAD BY THE AMOUNT OF BOLTS THAT HOLD IT DOWN.

HAVE AN 18MM 080 CASTING FOR AN EARLIER MODEL? CLICK HERE: https://www.cylinder-heads.com/product/new-ford-6-0-turbo-diesel-f350-cylinder-head-18mm-cast080-only-02-06/

CHECK OUT THIS LINK TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE 6.0 POWERSTROKE: https://us.bddiesel.com/blogs/r-d-blog/fords-6-0-power-stroke-diesel-engine-the-good-the-bad-and-the-upgrades

CORE RETURN REQUIRED

PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR AREA CODE AND TELEPHONE NUMBER

Clearwater Cylinder Head, Inc. thoroughly cleans, inspects, and pressure tests all our cylinder heads. All seat and guide work is performed as needed on the lastest state of the art Serdi or Sunnen seat and guide machine. The head then moves on to a Rottlier CBN resurfacing machine where it is cut to the required RMA finish. We then install a quality valve seal and pull a vacuum on each valve to insure there is a perfect seal between the valve and the seat. All machine work performed on the latest state of the art equipment. Head is complete and ready for installation.

WE ARE A HUGE CYLINDER HEAD SHOP WITH THOUSANDS OF HEADS IN STOCK. WE DEAL WITH ALL MAKE AND MODEL CYLINDER HEADS. IF YOU DO NOT SEE THE CYLINDER HEAD YOU NEED PLEASE CONTACT US 1-800-572-1963.
HAVE A RARE OR HARD TO FIND CYLINDER HEAD? LET US REBUILD YOUR CYLINDER HEAD FOR YOU.
Hours of operation Monday – Friday 8 AM to 5 PM EST

SHIPPING RATE APPLIES TO CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES ONLY. ALASKA, HAWAII, GUAM, VIRGIN ISLANDS, AND PUERTO RICO PLEASE E-MAIL OR CALL FOR SHIPPING RATES
SHIPPING INFORMATION: We ship worldwide.
Insurance, packaging, and handling are all included in the shipping price.
International Bidders, when inquiring about shipping fees please include city, country AND POSTAL CODE.

YOUR OLD CYLINDER HEAD:
We have no up-front core charge and we give you 30 days to return the core.
We make it easy for you to return your core as we provide you with a prepaid UPS peel and stick return shipping label located with the invoice on the outside of the box behind the plastic. Just put your core head in the box that you received your new/rebuilt head in and attach the prepaid peel and stick label. You may then give the box to any UPS driver you may see, or take the box to any UPS pickup point. We will accept your old cylinder head no matter what is wrong with it as long as it includes all the parts that the new head came with. You will never be charged extra because your old head is damaged. Cracked head? OK! Bent valves? NO PROBLEM! Head taken apart? UNDERSTANDABLE! (as long as you put all of the parts in the box). We have no up-front core charge.

WARRANTY INFORMATION: Clearwater Cylinder Head, Inc. provides a TWO(2) year unlimited mileage warranty. A copy of the warranty card will be enclosed with your invoice.
Clearwater Cylinder Head, Inc.
5100 Ulmerton Road #2
Clearwater, FL 33760 USA
Clearwater Cylinder Head, Inc. is dedicated to quality craftsmanship and is pleased to offer this warranty. We invite you to read this entire document carefully prior to installing your cylinder head.
Please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions.
1) Acceptance of this head constitutes acceptance of this warranty.
2) Heat tab must be in place on head, not altered or melted.
3) Any claim must be returned to Clearwater Cylinder Head, Inc. for inspection. A copy of invoice must accompany head. A Return Authorization number must be obtained.
4) Only 1 (one) warranty per purchase.
5) Warranty begins at the date of purchase.
6) No incidental, consequential, punitive or over the road damages.
N O L A B O R
WARRANTY COVERS:
Parts Warranty only – All original cylinder heads must be returned for warranty.
WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:
1) Damage caused by improper installation, accidental over heating, abuse or neglect.
2) Loss of time, use of vehicle, phone calls, inconvenience or consequential charges.
3) Fluids, tow charges, rentals or diagnosis.
4) Repairs made without prior authorization will void all warranties.
5) No warranty on Commercial, Industrial Racing/ Pro stock or Marine Use
If you are not in the United States and you want a shipping quote please include your country and postal/zip code when inquiring.

How to Know If You Need a New Cylinder Head?

Every engine is due for repairs from time to time. Among the most important pieces of most engines is the cylinder head, which, if damaged, can prove increasingly perilous the longer it goes unrepaired. Here are some warning signs and symptoms which may be caused by cylinder head damage.

Weak Engine

Cylinder heads are responsible for containing and directing the internal combustion of an engine’s cylinders, meaning if that ability is hindered, the engine’s efficiency and power may take a hit. This can be seen in lower gas mileage, sluggish acceleration, and difficulty getting up steep inclines.

The Verdict: This is most often among the first signs of a cracked cylinder head, and usually can be repaired if caught in its early stage.

Oil Leakage

Oil is responsible for lubricating the engine’s mechanical parts, including the cylinder head. A cracked cylinder head can cause this to leak, which can be most noticed by a puddle of oil forming on the ground when the vehicle is parked for a long enough time. Such a sign can be a cause for concern, as oil or coolant may also back up into the engine’s internal chambers if the crack is large enough.

The Verdict: Usually, unless oil has backed up into the engine and caused any damage to other parts, a leaking cylinder head can still be repaired and may not require replacement.

Magnaflux Test Cylinder Heads - Clearwater Cylinder HeadCoolant Leakage

Coolant is responsible for cooling the engine, cylinder head, and many other processes. Similarly to oil, a cracked cylinder head can cause coolant to leak. This can be noticed by either a puddle forming beneath the car when parked or an overheating warning lighting up on the vehicle’s dashboard. Coolant can potentially contaminate the oil, and therefore the cylinder head should be repaired as soon as possible.

The Verdict: Unless the coolant has contaminated the oil due to a large enough crack in the cylinder head, at this stage the head can usually be repaired, not replaced.

Engine Misfires

Within an engine’s cylinders, air and gas form a pressurized mixture which explodes upon ignition, creating power. A cracked cylinder head may be unable to create the required atmosphere for proper combustion within those cylinders, leading to failures to combust, or engine misfires. The engine may die repeatedly during use, or fail to start at all.

The Verdict: This is a more severe sign, and usually is indicative of serious damage. It’s always better to take a cylinder head in for repairs or replacement if it starts to show signs of wear, to avoid even higher repair bills when the cylinder head’s failure leads to damages elsewhere in the vehicle.

Smoke

White smoke coming from the engine can indicate a catastrophic failure of the cylinder head, in which exhaust gases are vented directly into the engine space. This is the last stage of total cylinder head failure, and should be avoided by simply going in for repairs at the first signs of damage.

The Verdict: A cylinder head at this stage must be replaced as soon as possible, as it’s either venting exhaust gases or causing coolant to contaminate the oil, neither of which are healthy for any vehicle’s systems.

The Cylinder Head Repair Experts

Since repairing bad cylinder heads or gaskets is not a typical DIY project, we recommend that you consult a professional company. Clearwater Cylinder Head Inc. (CCH) is a reputable, experienced (over 25 years) dealer. We specialize in providing quality and warranty-backed rebuilt cylinder heads for a variety of vehicles (cars, trucks, boats, etc). With a massive online catalog of cylinder heads, we most likely have the cylinder heads for your repair needs. The knowledgeable staff at CCH is happy to help you find the cylinder head that is right for your vehicle. Please contact Clearwater Cylinder Head Inc. toll-free at 1-800-572-1963.

The cylinder head is one of the most vital parts to your car’s mechanics; your gas-powered car could not work without it. The cylinder head and head gasket sit atop the engine block over the cylinders. The head covers and protects the engine components and creates the correct vacuum for the engine to work. The cylinder head works along with the camshaft, induction and exhaust systems to process the fuel, air, and exhaust to provide your car’s horsepower. Damage, such as, leaks or cracks, in your cylinder head can cause monumental damage to your engine. The correct shape, size, quality, and use of your cylinder head can make all the difference in how your car runs and can help avoid costly engine repairs. To choose the best cylinder head for your specific needs follow these tips for “5 Things to Check Before Buying a Cylinder Head” when choosing a rebuilt, remanufactured, or new cylinder head…

  1. Choose a Compatible Head – Only choose from cylinder heads designed for your car’s specific make, model, year, engine size, and engine enhancements (turbo, supercharger, etc.). Choose a cylinder head metal (aluminum or cast iron) that is compatible with what your engine block is made of as the metals contract and expand at different rates; mismatched cylinder heads are prone to cracking. Choose a cylinder head with right hardware (bolts) for the engine block to ensure your head will fit correctly.
  2. Consider Intake and Exhaust Port Volumes – Bigger intake port volumes are not always necessarily better; depending on engine size and/or application, smaller intake ports may be more suitable. Smaller intake ports often provide better performance for street application as they produce more low-end torque and crisper throttle response, while larger intake ports are more beneficial for larger or higher-revving engines as they allow for more air flow. Choose a good-flowing exhaust port that is the correct size, by comparing to stock exhaust port volume and valve size for your specific engine.
  3. Determine the Combustion Chamber Size and Design needed for Your Engine – Choose a combustion chamber size that raises the compression ratio to maximize your engines efficiency, while matching the components of your specific engine, such as, bore, stroke, head gasket, and piston shape, as well as, deck clearance and ring location.
  4. Consider Application – Whether you are using your car for street or off-road driving or drag, circle track, or road racing, deciding the primary application for your engine is important is picking out the cylinder head to best fit your needs. Valve lift, air flow, and duration can be altered to provide the best performance for your car’s specific application.
  5. Buy from a Reputable Dealer – Choose cylinder heads from a reputable dealer! Clearwater Cylinder Head Inc. (CCH) is dedicated to providing customers with quality cylinder heads backed by their warranty. The knowledgeable associates at CCH would be happy to help you in choosing the cylinder head that is right for your specific needs. Contact Clearwater Cylinder Head Inc. toll free at 1-800-572-1963 or by email at cchcylheads@aol.com.

The diesel engine, also known as the compression-ignition (CI) engine, is an internal combustion engine which can be found in a broad range of vehicles. It comes with the benefits of increased fuel efficiency and fewer mechanical problems, but at the risk of more expensive–though rarer–trips to both the gas station and the repair shop.

History

Rudolph Diesel grew up and studied steam engines at the turn of the century. At the time, steam power was king, but required so much coal and such expensive maintenance for so little output that only large companies could afford them. He began development in 1885, and by 1897 had produced a test engine with an efficiency 2.6x higher than many steam engines.

Sadly, his success was not immediate. While marketing his invention, he suffered a nervous breakdown and slowed development. Dogged by many other engineers, companies, the threatened coal industry, critics, and financial troubles, he went missing from a ship on a voyage to England in 1913 and was presumed dead.

Following his death, his patents began to expire, and a number of companies resumed development of the engine into what we see today.

How it Works

The most key difference between gasoline and diesel engines is how they ignite the fuel mixture inside their internal chambers. While gasoline engines use spark plugs to ignite fuel, diesel engines use mechanical compression to increase the temperature of the air inside their chambers enough that the fuel ignites spontaneously.

This means diesel engines tend to be of simpler, sturdier design, as they lack the electronics required for spark plugs to function, and must be built to withstand the high pressures of the compression-ignition process.

The cylinder head of a diesel engine follows these differences as well: instead of including spark plugs, a diesel cylinder head has injection nozzles, and may include glow plugs. Glow plugs shorten the engine’s starting time in very cold weather by briefly operating in a similar manner as spark plugs, until the engine warms enough to operate on its own.

In Conclusion

A major advantage of the diesel engine is its fuel efficiency. Out of all other combustion engines, diesel engines produce the highest level of energy for how much fuel is burned. There’s also a broad diversity of fuels it can accept, including fuel oils and biofuels. These fuels are less flammable, can have good lubrication properties, and in the case of biofuels, can even be made for free from discarded oils and other materials!

Some popular diesel cylinder heads on offer from Clearwater Cylinder Head:

  • Ford Powerstroke 6.0, 6.3, and 7.3
  • International Navistar 7.3 IDI
  • 5.9L 12V & 24V 6BT Cummins engine
  • Duramax 6.6L & 2.8L

Ultimately, diesel engines can be highly reliable and suit a broad range of uses, whether found in a luxury town car or a workhorse truck. Just as with gasoline engines, the deciding factor is the personal choice and needs of the buyer.

The Cylinder Head Repair Experts

Clearwater Cylinder Head Inc. (CCH) is a reputable, experienced (over 25 years) dealer. We specialize in providing quality and warranty-backed rebuilt cylinder heads for a variety of vehicles (cars, trucks, boats, etc). With a massive online catalog of cylinder heads, you can view CCH’s inventory of diesel cylinder heads. If you have a rare or hard to find cylinder head, we can rebuild that for you. The knowledgeable staff at CCH is happy to help you find the cylinder head that is right for your vehicle. Please contact Clearwater Cylinder Head Inc. toll-free at 1-800-572-1963.

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FORD 6.0 20MM TURBO DIESEL CYLINDER HEAD

FORD 6.0 20MM TURBO DIESEL CYLINDER HEAD