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mohok

Fuel Pressure Gauge

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Old Fart Non-MotorHead here again. Am looking at a Stewart Warner 0-30 PSI 2" Fuel Pressure Guage for $55.00 Am not a performance nut just want to monitor my F/P while towing 8K. Will this fill the bill? Mohok

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Sure! Mechanical or electric? Are all the fittings included in the price if mechanical? Where are you going to locate it in the truck. Pillar?

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Will mount it on the steering column with a mount from Geno's Website. Mechanical, not sure if all the required parts come with that price, it might just be the gauge.I have a Cummins MotorHead near by that will do the install. ThanksMohok

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The gauge pod mount that goes over the steering column is way easy to install compared to the A pillar mount. A friend and I installed the steering column mount for the fuel pressure gauge in my wife's truck and it was real easy running the lines and hooking up the fuel isolator. Her truck is pretty much stock so that is all she needed. We install the 3 gauge A pillar mount in my truck and it was a lot more work routing the lines and mounting the gauge mount.

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Will mount it on the steering column with a mount from Geno's Website. Mechanical, not sure if all the required parts come with that price, it might just be the gauge. I have a Cummins MotorHead near by that will do the install. Thanks Mohok

Geno's will get you everything you need to do the install. Just tell that what year it's for & where you want to run it from, the IP, fuel filter, or line, like the way Michael did it. It would be great to have a Cummins motorhead nearby. I just know enough to get myself in trouble. :D This site is as close as it gets for me, but grateful for it! Dave

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Fuel pressure gauge usually comes by itsself. So I typically order a oil pressure tubing kit and it supplies all the fittings and ferrules for the gauge and for hook up...Then you need a needle valve from NAPA for $8 bucks (Weatherhead - WH6820)

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