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Old 11-28-2010, 04:33 AM
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cummins into my 1976 f 250

would like to speak to any body who has done the swap.I have questions on different auto transmissions.
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working on the same exact thing now only i went with a zf5
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Head on down to the motor swap forum. There are quite a few of us dentside guys doing cummins swaps down there
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Heres an awsome forum too............Cummins 4BT & Diesel Conversions Forums Thinking about a 4BT in my 78 F150 as well
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Yessir.........thats a good one too........emailed em a while back........$1500 for mounts and bell housing adapter and sending unit adapters to keep your stock guages............Now all I have to do is find a decent 4BT that I can afford.
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Yessir.........thats a good one too........emailed em a while back........$1500 for mounts and bell housing adapter and sending unit adapters to keep your stock guages............Now all I have to do is find a decent 4BT that I can afford.
they are harder and more expensive then the damn 6bts.
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Yeah maybe but a "Baby Diesel"l sure would be sweet.............It's gonna happen someday..............
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Eh - personally I'd skip them. IF you are going to pay someone for parts check destroked or autoworld. Personally I make all my own crap...
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Eh - personally I'd skip them. IF you are going to pay someone for parts check destroked or autoworld. Personally I make all my own crap...
i have a set of your "crap" motor mounts. cant wait to put them to good use!
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you have the only set - aside from mine. Freakin cheet-o kept bugging me to copy mine for him and then he sells um. You got a smokin deal on um by the way as he got a "good" deal and he lost $$...
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you have the only set - aside from mine. Freakin cheet-o kept bugging me to copy mine for him and then he sells um. You got a smokin deal on um by the way as he got a "good" deal and he lost $$...
they look baller. def couldn't have made anything as nice.
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