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I finally made a boost leak tester and found a leak in the first hose after the turbo. It rubbed on the intake and over time developed a leak. I think this is called the turbo boost hose. Where can I find a turbo boost hose for a 2004.0 truck with the manual transmission?
Homemade Boost Leak tester
2004.0 Dodge Ram 2500,Stock 5.9L Diesel H.O. 305HP/555lb.ft ,6-speed NV5600, 2WD,2" front level, Frantz oil bypass, Cat 1R-0479 fuel filter under the intake, Baldwin BF1212 filter under the truck, Smarty S06 programmer,revo tune,Issopro FP,ETG,Boost gauges
04 QC/LB, 4WD, 305/555 HO CTD, 6" Lift, 37x13.50 Toyo Open Country MT on 20x10 BMF SOTA 8, MBRP 5", GDP Power-Flo, GDP Air Boss, GDP Grid Delete, IceBox Intake, Air Dog 150, ATS Pulse Flow Manifold, BD Special, SMARTY SR POD, ARP Head Studs, T&C WILD Fuel Rail, T&C CPRV, II Dragon Fire 85% CP3, II 100HP Nozzles, Edge CTS Monitor, Built 48RE Trans
That's the one I need. I did not want to pay $19.xx plus $10.xx shipping and find out another hose was bad, so I went ahead and ordered the set to replace all 4 of the boost hoses. Shipping was almost the same. Their price appears to be very reasonably for the 4 hoses. There is also a 5% discount for Cummins forum members.
That looks like the hose on my 03 and I think it's smaller on the turbo end than the other end. So, 2.75 x 3 might be possible. Hope your new hose works! I had to find a true 3" hose for my PS turbo. Craig
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