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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-27-2007, 01:36 AM Thread Starter
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fass best price?

WHERE HAVE YALL FOUND THE BEST PRICES FOR THE FASS PUMP SYSTEM AND ALSO HOW LONG AND HARD WAS IT TO PUT ON I HAVE A 3500 4X4 2002 WITH FLAT BED THANKS:mafia

2002 3500 6 speed ex. cab 4x4 custom flatbed farm truck 9,120 lbs. light weight ALL WAYS HAULIN HAY, CATTLE OR A-$-$!!!! BHAF,4" OPEN STACKS,EDGE JUICE WITH ATTITUDE, AIR DOG II 100,SOUTH BEND CLUTCH
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-27-2007, 02:51 AM
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See KT Performance. He hooked me up. I'm curious too as I have not put mine on yet. I got the big line kit with the oversized draw straw. Look up sstockton. He says his is on for about 2 yrs, 40,000 if my memory is right.
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extremely easy to install. Can be done in about an hour if your hustlin. I installed mine in about 1 1/2 i installed guard around mine so the hose could get cut on any sharp spots

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The first time I installed one I did it by myself in my drive way, and it took about 3 hours. The next one I knew what I was doing and it went a lot faster. I would guess 2hours or less, and that wasn't hustling and I was B.S.ing with friend the whole time.

I got mine from Rip Rook at www.sourceautomotive.biz and it cost me about 570shipped. But like nattygasmech said, that was about 2years ago.
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Make a post in the Supporting Vendor forum here on The Garage and you will get some responses. FASS is also one of our SV's here. :Thumbup:
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thanks, did ya guys notice any differnece in mpg or power? i heard some say it helps?

2002 3500 6 speed ex. cab 4x4 custom flatbed farm truck 9,120 lbs. light weight ALL WAYS HAULIN HAY, CATTLE OR A-$-$!!!! BHAF,4" OPEN STACKS,EDGE JUICE WITH ATTITUDE, AIR DOG II 100,SOUTH BEND CLUTCH
1982 IH Transtar Eagle 4370 turned up 400 Cummins big cam, straight 6" bull haulers one hell of a
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As far as I know fuel pressure changes wont change MPG or HP/TQ numbers... Unless your stock pump is below 10 PSI then you might see a slight change...

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