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Hell I'm new to the forum. Although this is my first diesel I've owned I have driven Cummins diesels in our fire trucks for over 25 yrs. I am mainly a stock truck kinda guy my truck was previously owned by a meticoulous prison guard out here in Cal and the only mods are at 5k triple disk torque converter, airbags and edge tuner mainly for the guages have been installed. The only other mods i'm considering are leveling kit and fuel pressure guage. The truck has 50k and if anyone can comment on any cons or pros to the leveling kit type and or fuel monitoring I would appreciate it. Bill

Hello, I am a new owner of a dodge cummins 2500. I have been driving cummins diesels in my dept fire trucks for over 25yrs. I am a mainly stock truck guy but have a few mods such as air bags edge tuner (mainly for guages) and a triple disk torque converter. My truck has 50k miles and I'm interested in learning more about a mild leveling kit and the importance of monitoring fuel pressure. I'm wondering what type of leveling kit would work best and any pros and cons associated with putting one on. Does it cause any bad effects on drive line angle hard on u joints ect. ect. Should I consider a fuel pressure guage. Thank you Bill
 

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If your doing all of that you might want to consider a CARB approved air intake and exhaust. As far as leveling kits I have no information for you. Most are really decent. Fuel pressure gauge? It goes in stages. Entry level gauge would be the auto meter, Nothing bad to say about them. Mid grade to upper level Isspro excellent quality at a higher price. Top shelf, Specpro, it's a gauge that's a computer. Isspro has something similar and so does auto meter. It's about preference and what you have for a budget.
 
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