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  1. Time Left: 19 days and 23 hours

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    I bought 2 150 psi air gauges , only needed one looking for $40 and shipping or would trade for good 2nd Gen dash bezel

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    BELLEVUE, Nebraska - US

  2. View Advert 150 psi Autometer ultralite gauge I bought 2 150 psi air gauges , only needed one looking for $40 and shipping or would trade for good 2nd Gen dash bezel Advertiser Blueox01 Date 03/12/2019 Price $40.00 Category 2nd Generation Dodge Ram  
  3. Think I'm going with Donaldson Part #B085011 Just because it looks like it will fit inside my old Bullydog heat shield.
  4. Thx, Mike, getting the Donaldson ,hoping this might it in my old Bullydog RFI, if not I guess my iron guy will get that bullydog sheet metal. I guess they no longer care about 2nd Gen Trucks anyway. P.S agree on 2nd and organic pain relief, was using it for severe ankle arthritis.
  5. Wanting to get away from oil filters, looking at Donaldson #B105006, since there is a distributor close to me, I think they also carry Balwin Filters, just don't have the # in front of me. Any opinions?
  6. I started Selling Dodge Trucks/Cars in '95 Still had some 1st gen diesel trucks on the lot (160hp), I wanted to sell Dodge because of the 2nd Gen body style,with the fenders like the older trucks, which sadly they are working back to a square hood.
  7. Been there, done that, I have a raptor 150 fuel pump, plenty of pressure to the VP. I will try again to make sure I've got the air out of the lines.
  8. Pump sat for 8 yrs, thought I drained most of the fuel out, but I'm not getting good pressure through some of the lines, I believe I've got all the air out.
  9. You put this back together and on your truck? I'm thinking the plungers are stuck. It will be off the truck.
  10. So once it cleaned, can't it be flushed with diesel? I'm just trying to un-stick what is stuck, I assume it's a valve or the the plungers on the cam that preventing the pressure to the lines.
  11. Tried to start truck last week,(no codes) not getting enough fuel pressure through to some lines, I talked to local Bosch shop, told me pump is probably gummed up from setting for 8 yrs, I thought I drained most of the fuel out, but I'm sure some residual fuel remained. Anyway thinking of a way to un-gum it, thought of pulling pump and running brakecleen (suggestion from Bosch shop) through it while hand turning the pump. Welcome any suggestions, I already know if I can't get this cleaned I'll have to fork out the 1K for a reman pump.
  12. Sounds like you have no clue. Not a big fan of guns?
  13. Found on E-Bay after a lot of looking https://www.ebay.com/itm/nut-covers-5-15-16-standard-style-flange-chrome-steel-1-3-8-tall-Peterbilt/202020372152?hash=item2f095a3eb8:g:6bUAAOSwdGpZkM5M:rk:9:pf:0 Wish I could just find top hats to cover the axles, I like the look of the lug nut covers, back to researching.
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