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On my T1 fuel rail is a device I was told was a surge protector. It's attachec at the opp. end of the fuel rail where you connect it to the fuel pump feed. Is this still used in a T2 setup?
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Sorry no.
 

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Got this out of the pdf.

4418205 1 RAIL, w/Damper, Fuel
 

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Does this help? It's item #2
 

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Does it unscrew?
 

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Don't know
 

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brings to mind the Q , are T1 & T2 dampers the same part ?
Wholesalemopar does not list them separately so I would say they are the same (late model T1 and T2 fuel rails have the same part number). I don't know about the log. I can't find a fuel rail listing for it.
 

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Yes the log setup had the dampner on the pump housing. As most TD's did from the factory.

The dampner is there to help keep fuel pressure consitent in the rail. Though if you ever upgrade the pump from stock, it will flow plent enough to keep your fuel needs in check. I've never heard someone say they've had better "success" on one over the other.
 

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No Cindy, I ordered a new fuel rail from you and it does not come with one. I would destroy the old one just trying to get it apart. Do you sale one?
 
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