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Old 07-10-2008, 03:31 PM
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Ford Cummins Conversion

Our project started with- a 2000 Ford F-250. Our goal- to convert to an '01 24V Cummins motor. The new motor had 48K miles. A custom stand had to be made to support the weight of the diesel motor. We finished the engine build by using parts from our own store. Now, the truck is making 500hp at the wheels with this set up. Wanna know more? Check out our website at: amjperformance.com. Thanks for your interest, Ashley Rae, with AMJ INC.-your friendly cummins converter and diesel parts retailer
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1968 Ford F550+ 4x4 - Adding the Cummins
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Are you sure that's not a Slant 6 from that Dodge in the picture?
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Yea, it's a 80' body on a 91' running gear, ya know turn some heads !!! I put the extended cab and shortened the bed to 5'9" to fit the frame...Old project picts at Steilenberg Farms Photo Gallery - Home > Steilenberg Farm > Dodge
Got the 12valve bolted in those picts at http://www.allnaturalwreaths.com/pic...lbum=52&pos=32

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