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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.
Your lift pump should be fine.
What do you mean by "parts house"? Do you mean Mopar?
I'm using anywhere from B5 - B20 with every tank.
'06/4X4/48RE/Aero 4040XL/PSM Air Intake/Cool Hose/Turbo Air Guide/GDP Big Line/GDP Air Boss/GDP Power-Flo/Bilstein/Fluidampr/MAG-HYTEC/Amsoil By-Pass Filter/2 micron fuel filter/Trany spin-on filter/Coolant Filter/"Jesus Christ is still the KING"
I have ordered the Cummins filter kit with the bracket as posted here. There are a few ways shown that will get the job done but I don't know if it is all inclusive. I only have one vehicle and no parts store nearby so before I start the installation, I gotta get this right.
At the risk of sounding stupid, exactly which fittings, connectors and or adapters do I need for my 2007 2500 Mega (5.9)? Whichever way to get this installed that is less likely to leak or have problems is the way I want to go. Tx.
2007 MEGA 5.9,4x4,no silencer ring,AFE stage 2 CAI 5" FB Exst,Tuff Country 6'' lift.355/65/18 Kumho A/T, MOTO METAL 950's Flashpaq,N-FAB LineX 3 step bars,Amsoil Bypass, Eclipse in dash Navigation/DVD, Kicker 400 Mono,12" MB Quart, DDMtuning Raptor HID
Go to Vulcan Diesel Performance. They Have the fittings and they are priced reasonably. I went to the Parker store and they looked at me like I was an alian and did not have all the the fittings I needed. The ones they did have were expensive. Your local auto parts stores DO NOT HAVE PUSH LOCK! Go back to page 8 and look at the pictures.
[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]2005 2500 MCLB 5.9 HO Stock 2 Mu Filter 1976 Ply Duster, 360 4sp 452 Hp Dyno 1992 5.9 Out of a FL60 going into a 47 Buick Special. If you can't fix it, GET A BIGGER HAMMER!
Im ordering my kit tomorrrow and would like to go ahead and call Vulcan and order the fittings im going to need..Has anyone got an actual list of what I need to ask for..IM kinda confused on the list I have seen...Sorry..
Ordered mine yesterday, haven't gotten the confirmation email yet.
Thanks for spreading the word.
I never got a confirmation email for mine. It just showed up on my door step a few days after I ordered it
2006 Mega Cab, Automatic, 315/70/17, 4.10, 62k, 4" turbo back with FTE resonator/muffler, VP Max under intake filter, Big D Steering Box Brace, Red Head Steering Box, Mopar one piece drive shaft, Smarty Jr. thanks to the wife! Edge Insight CTS
Got mine a couple days ago....fast shipping to Canada. No email either. I just called them and away it went. $77 shipped up here. Good deal still!!!
2007 SRW 3500 Mega - 35" 30% bald Toyo MT's, Levelling Kit, Bilstein 5100's, Flo-Pro 5" SS TBE to 4" duals with 6" tips 18" long, AFE intake tube with amsoil filter, Airdog II 165, Smoked ebay headlights, HID's.......that's it for on the truck.
Inferno Red, 2006 Quad Cab Laramie, Short Bed, West Coast, hard tonneau cover, LED Lights all around, Nitto Dune Grapplers on Cruiser Wheels 32" 285/55/20, Banks Six Gun with Banks IQ, Banks Ram Air and Intercooler, AirRaid Air box, MBPR 5" Turbo Back Exhaust with MBPR Performance Muffler.
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