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Dodge FASS 150 work on 00 7.3?

a friend of mine has a fass off of his 01 dodge that he is letting go cheap if i want it, im not sure it will work, does anyone know if it can be done?
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a friend of mine has a fass off of his 01 dodge that he is letting go cheap if i want it, im not sure it will work, does anyone know if it can be done?
Pretty sure it will, you will just need different fittings and lines.

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iirc dodge has an LP that only pushes 7-15 psi depending on model. the fass 150 would work but it would need to be an adjustable unit or and adjustable unit with different gears. all depends on the model.

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Out of the box it would work fine as a helper pump. You would need a new spring to bring it up if you wanted to run it as a stand alone pump.

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