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srt 10 hoods and lift pumps

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Ok first my apologies if these two questions are in the wrong area......first question does anyone know if the dodge srt 10 hoods will fit on the 98.5 3500 trucks?....second has anyone heard of using one of the "farm and garden" type sprayers for an after market lift pump ? the specs I got on one were as follows 2.4 gpm and a pressure rating 45 psi ....unfortunately i don't believe the pressure was on lines of 1/2 i think they were only around a 1/4 inch any insight would b great thanks all ...and sorry for not posting for a while the army has had me busy ....good news is the old truck got some work done while i was gone ..pics to follow soon

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Ok first my apologies if these two questions are in the wrong area......first question does anyone know if the dodge srt 10 hoods will fit on the 98.5 3500 trucks?....second has anyone heard of using one of the "farm and garden" type sprayers for an after market lift pump ? the specs I got on one were as follows 2.4 gpm and a pressure rating 45 psi ....unfortunately i don't believe the pressure was on lines of 1/2 i think they were only around a 1/4 inch any insight would b great thanks all ...and sorry for not posting for a while the army has had me busy ....good news is the old truck got some work done while i was gone ..pics to follow soon

Personally, I would never experiment with a pump like that on a vp motor... Injector pumps are expensive.

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