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Dually frames are the same as the srw frames if I remember correctly. I'll check to see if it fits mine but I have a qcsb so that's all I can verify as per tank location and what not other things may be in the way.
06 2500 SB/QC auto 2.5" leveled.
94 2500 LB/SC V10 Plow truck.
3 8.3l cummins in my work trucks.
2005 dodge cummins 4.5 inch fabtech lift 35 Hankook Dynapro Muds, Home Depot CAI (thanks to AH64ID), SMARTY PoD , banks high ram air intake manifold 4 inch exhaust with a missing muffler and silencer ring: ISSPRO gauges,Frantz oil bypass kitDTT transmission
I'm also planning to tie the heater relay into the factory heater, as previously mentioned.
The kit mentions replacing the fuel pump module. Anyone have any background on this? Everything I've read indicates this isn't necessary. I figure I've got 57k miles so the factory pump should be sufficient. I also have a fuel pressure gauge and read 9-10 psi at idle, and ~5psi at WOT.
I would recommend a j30r9 rated fuel hose as it will hold up to biodiesel as well. It should be available at the parts house it has started to replace the j30r7 fuel injection hose which can degrade over time with bio running through it.
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