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Old 05-06-2012, 12:09 AM
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My son came to visit from Seattle and he made me a youtube account. I had made this video about 3 weeks ago, my first ever, and he put it on youtube for me. I don't know how to do a link. I'm hoping one of you could post it up for me as a link. Anyway if you want to see a start-up of my diesel fridge go to '1959 F350 with cummins 6AT'. I hope you like my first production.
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Here's your link: '59 F-350 w/ Cummins 6AT 001.AVI - YouTube

Love the way that thing sounds! Your bench seat cracked me up. But you did great for your first video, on the first one I posted I had my thumb over the microphone- oops.

By the way, I need to get a hula girl for my dash!

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Got to admit, it sounded pretty nice. Glad you had time with your son.
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That does sound great.

I noticed from the video that you have a mechanical fuel pump pulling through your electric pump, and you only use the electric pump at startup. Is that a diesel thing?
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Not a diesel thing, it's just something I usually do because I have a few trucks that can go unused for months at a time. I hate cranking away on the starter just to bring the fuel up from the tank. I seem to have accumulated a supply of electric fuel pumps over the years. If I had to buy one I probably wouldn't have it.
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