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6.0 fuel pressure spring eBay $25.00

6.0 fuel pressure spring upgrade...good price
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Go to eBay and type / 6.0 ford fuel pressure spring.
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You would be better off going with the $36.00 one that way you get all the o-rings, you may need the key hole o-ring or you may have a fuel leak.
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What 2Stroker said x2
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yea, but most if not all of the time you only need the spring.
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but when u need the o-rings your doing it twice,,,,the next day
on Monday ,, After you call in sick

because it's leaking and it's Sunday and your screwed until the next day lol

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does the 2007 6.0 have the blue spring upgrade already incorporated?
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not sure .. My 06 did not ,, but a the end of the day you should monitor the Fuel Pressure to be safe either way

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