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You should do what allot of us do..... Grind your own plate. It's really simple takes about a hour to pull it out grind and put it back. I found this thumbnail on this site. I don't know who made it but it has helped me out ALLOT!!! I had a 0 but the soot was stupid crazy so i backed it off a little with a 100 and love it for everyday driving. Hope this helps.
I bought the #11 plate on ebay, works like a champ.
__________________ Black '97 12 Valver 2WD|5 speed|#0 fuel plate|tuned AFC|HE351 turbo(43 PSI @ 1100*)|Valair ceramic single disk clutch|Homemade CAI (S&B filter)|4000 GSK| 60 lb. springs|KDP fixed!|NEEDS: head studs, injectors, and some more look pretty goodies
There's a guy floating around here with 780k on his unrebuilt cummins. Now, according to duramax and ford guys, his truck should have fallen completely apart around the engine 7.8 times, since they all know that dodge trucks are junk and only last 100k before they spontaneously disassemble themselves while going down the road. That has happened to me 2.76 times, and both times I was only wearing boxers while driving so it was really embarrassing.
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