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where you read'n fuel psi? At the fuel bowl, if so, pass side of bowl or driv side? Inspect the filter, does it look oily? If so, then the added psi could have blown an oring or two.
Possible, the fuel psi is caused from the FPR sticking. Had that happened to me. I removed the plunger, and wet-sanded the high spots on plunger. Re-installed, alls good.
99.5 x-cab 7.3l, 6spd, 161k miles.....