I worked on diesels for many years (not anymore), aftermarket injectors are mostly a crap shoot. I always used M&D locally. I would use a stock replacement from a reputable certified local injection shop. Look at it like this, put in all new injectors from a place like Industrial Injection. Six months later one goes out (under the time warranty), you take it to a shop or pull it yourself, mail it off, wait for them to get it, make a determination, (bad fuel no warranty, bad injector our bad either way your going to wait and possibly pay again), then wait for it to get shipped back and then installed. Three weeks later your truck is back on the road. I had horrible customer service from Industrial Injection back in the day, so possibly more down time. With a local supplier your pull the injector drive across town trade it out for a new one (warranty or not) and you are back on the road same day. Worst case your ride breaks down 1000 miles from home, at least you have stock injectors and you can get a matching injector at just about any decent sized town in America. I keep my trucks as close to stock as I can stand these days, it's so much easier to keep them on the road.
Edited by westexhunt (11/06/14 07:35 AM)