- 30 PSI Cummins Fuel Pressure Gauge
- 2010-2018 Dodge Ram 2500 & 3500
- MaxTow Match Series
- Match OEM Dashboard Gauges
- Factory Spec Styling
- Black Gauge Dial & Clear Lens
- Chrome Trim Ring
- Analog & Digital White LED Display
Looking for a 30 PSI Cummins Fuel Pressure Gauge that matches the factory gauge cluster of your 6.7 Cummins?
That’s exactly what you can expect with our MaxTow Match 4th Gen Cummins Gauge Series. These 2-1/16” (52mm) Cummins gauges are nearly identical to factory dashboard gauges for any 2010-2018 Ram 2500 & 3500.
There is a black gauge dial, clear flat lens and a chrome trim ring. We also incorporated a Double Vision dual analog and digital display with white LED lighting. The analog display has backlighting and an illuminated red needle with the digital display set inside of it.
A 30 PSI Cummins fuel pressure gauge is optimal for this Ram truck which runs on lower fuel pressure levels. Guard against damage to the fuel pump and injectors while also protecting against a loss in overall horsepower.
Each 6.7 Cummins fuel pressure gauge kit comes with a 1/8-27 NPT Electronic Fuel Pressure Sensor that monitors fuel pressure with pinpoint precision. A 9’ pressure sensor harness and 5’ power harness feature extended lengths to give you added flexibility during installation.
To make sensor installation even easier, we have a Cummins Big Line Kit that replaces the restrictive line from the fuel filter housing to the injection pump for access to accurate readings.
You can also build a Custom Gauge Package and add 6.7 Cummins Gauges with a factory fitted Dual Gauge or Triple Gauge or Dodge Ram pillar pod that replaces the A-pillar. Whichever setup you decide to go with, run one or multiple aftermarket 4th Gen Cummins gauges that match the factory dash.
MaxTow Match 4th Gen Cummins Gauges are optimal for any driver looking to add a 30 PSI 6.7 Cummins fuel pressure gauge that is consistent with the look of OEM gauges. View readouts accurately from 0 to 30 PSI and you’ll be alerted to any unusual dips or spikes in fuel pressure levels.