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Should I do dod delete kit or just replace with AFM lifters


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I do not plan to keep the truck much longer.  I want to get a new one next spring hopefully. 

 

I am not sure if I should have shop do the extra labor of a new cam with the dod delete lifter kit or just replace with afm lifters.  The parts price is about the same except the new cam price and then extra labor of a cam install.  I don't think as a trade in it will matter to a dealer if its deleted or stock but maybe if I sell privately it could be more desirable with afm deleted.  I am at 55,000 miles now on a 2014 and really surprised the lifter failed since I had a tune and turned off afm since 8k miles.  If I replace with AFM lifters I would keep the afm turned off with my tuner till I sell it.

 

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X2 just do AFM lifters. I would just replace the two lifters on that cylinder and call it a day. 

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