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Old 08-25-2011, 07:22 AM
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Cummins Swap

I was looking at swaping in a 5.9l cummins into a 74' F250 High boy and i was wondering if any one of yall had done this at all and had a list of parts needed for the swap I plan on buying a junked truck to pull the engine and wiring and ect... I planned on mating it to a E4OD tranny with the adapter plate on the engine to be able to use a standard bell housing.

Any input would be greatly appriecated.

And before I get any brand name haters Ford does use cummins the the larger trucks as an option.
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Old 08-25-2011, 09:22 AM
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Use the search function, there is plenty of info in the forums.

Good swap. No one I've heard of hates on Cummins. I kinda wish some DID, so I could score one cheap to try in one of my spare Fords.
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Thanks that helps a bit.
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There are several cummins swaps going on in the engine swaps section here Engine Swaps - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums

I have a 93' industrial 5.9 bought direct from cummins. Finding a complete donor vehicle is an easier solution.
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Thanks for the info I will hop on over and read a bit.Yea I was thinking about that especially since I want a newer like 03 to 05 common rail so I am going to need some wiring.
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The E40D is going to need some major upgrades to handle that. Destroked has most of the specialty parts you need.
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Yeah I know it should be fun though to get to the power levels I want it is definitely gonna have to be forged parts not billet ya know other wise I am gonna snap input shafts left and right explode gears and rip bell housings.
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A stock E4OD will handle a stock Cummins without a problem.

It can be upgraded to handle 1,000 ft pounds.

Lots of info on these sites:

http://www.4btswaps.com/
Dodge Cummins Diesel Forum

Destroked or Ford Cummins will have the parts you need.
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