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is buying a 1999 Ford f250 7.3l

hello everyone im new to the diesel world im selling my 1999 ford f150 and am buying a 1999 Ford f250 7.3l diesel i am wanting to put some performance parts on it when i get it what would be the best performance part for the truck i am looking at getting a ts 6 position chip for it what would be a good off road tire that i would be able to haul a 5th wheel camper
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good move! in this order, gauges first, since you pulling get the standard 3, pyro, boost and tranny temp. intake and exhaust then chip. popular chips are DP, PHP, Gearhead, TW, TS, etc. i cant speak for the tires, maybe someone else will chime in...

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when i get the truck im going to straight pipe the exhaust for now until i can get a better exhaust what would be the best intake to get and what would be the best gauges to get
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