All you need to do is unplug the sensors from the DPF, remove DPF, intall delete pipe, tune truck. We put electrical tape over the connectors on the truck so they don't corrode. Had no problems on re-install when I sold the truck.
I think your install will be pretty easy, just hopefully nothing happens to the truck once it's done. Deleted 6.7's are notorious for puking turbos.
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