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Old 03-26-2007, 01:01 PM
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Will 2000 downpipe fit 95?

I found a 2000 f250 superduty @ a salvage yard and it still has the down pipe and exhaust on it. Can anyone tell me if this will work on a 95 f250 ext cab 4x4? At least the down pipe anyway. Is the turbo flange the same size on all 7.3s? What size pipe is stock on 2000? I can do some fabricating if the flange will fit and the pipe is at least 3".
Also, can a regular pressure gage, like for an air tank or something be used for a fuel pressure gage? I'm thinking it would leak, but not sure.
And what weight Rotella oil would be best for summer in Indiana?
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i have a dp from a 2000 waiting to go in my pickup

I KNOW I KNOW i need to get on that already

if you get it in there before me let me know how it goes

don't know about the gauge

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Is the dp you've got supposed to bolt right up to the turbo flange or are you just hoping? I just need to know if the flanges are the same before I go take it off the 2000, I can deal with the rest if the flange will bolt up. Are the turbos different from 95 to 2000?
Thanks for the info.
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If you use a regular air psi guage, it will flutter and not read steady. A 2000 stock dp is 3.5". I am pretty sure the flange is different because that is one of the things you have to change if you want to run a drop in replacement turbo like the garrett ball bearing for the SD.
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so, could you use an early 99's downpipe? it's differn't than the 99.5 and up
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