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ok i am buying a sd f250 with a 6spd and i am going to be using my gauges i had in my old truck, but since the new one isnt an auto i wont need a trans gauge but i have the 3 gauge pillar pod, is there another gauge that would be nice to have other than boost and egt?

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fuel psi.
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well the truck already has a fuel pressure gauge in the one vent to the right of the steering wheel, but thats the only gauge it has, if thats the only gauge that would be worth buying i will just move it to my pillar pod and replace the vent

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Back pressure, oil pressure, water temp, oil temp, air temp before intercooler, air temp after intercooler, hpop, differential temps, the list goes on and on.

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I would go with either fuel pressure or air t fuel ratio, then again you could always go with clock or volts if your just looking with a filler gauge

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I would go with either fuel pressure or air t fuel ratio, then again you could always go with clock or volts if your just looking with a filler gauge
Dont need an air-fuel ratio on a diesel......
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Dont need an air-fuel ratio on a diesel......
Ya, Sorry wasn't really thinking straight, was looking at all of the gauges on the market

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