I used this fuel bowl pressure port adapter from dieselOrings.com. I put mine post filter which is towards lower passenger side of bowl. That allows me to see true fuel pressure of fuel after it has run through filter. He also sells a 90 degree adapter, but IMO, the straight fitting is easiest to install from doghouse. Here it is:
1/8" NPT straight pressure port adapter.
Then you can either thread an electronic fuel gauge sending unit into the adapter or get a diesel rated Schraeder valve from same vendor so you could hook up mechanic's fuel gauge if you had problems. Another gauge mounting location I've seen is a simple hole drilled right near power port on dash (no pod required).
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SOLD: 1997 F-350 7.3 PSD, 4X2, XLT, CC, LB, STD, 240K and counting
SOLD: 1996 F-350 7.3 PSD, 4X2, LB, AUTO, 175K and counting