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RE: Found my replacement engine!

I've seen plenty of them in Texas. "If I were considering a radical swap like that I'd go for a built 12V B series Cummins, but that's just me." Lots of people do that conversion, "FUMMINS" I've yet to see one in the wild. As a matter of fact it's been many...many...years since I've seen a 12v. Maybe Texans aren’t as resourceful...lol. Plenty of guys re-purposing otherwise worthless Fords with 12Vs around here.
js9234 03/23/20 02:41pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Ram 2500 CTD in Africa

I wouldn't listen to that so called "technician". He sounds very uneducated on the modern cummins. He probably owns a first gen and is just talking ****. A majority of the stuff he said is nonsense. For many emission components, the expected service life is 100k miles. Many are not even warranted past 36k miles. A modern diesel has huge financial exposure past 100k miles. Go to the turbo diesel forum.its getting to make sense to turn them at 125k miles or less. The following is a brief comeback from one of lead moderators, I asked if my new 2018 CTD would be reliable past 100k miles. He's a technician as well, Ever had to replace the complete exhaust\catalyst system when a DEF injector sticks just destroys some $4k of emissions stuff plus itself? Do that ONCE then look at the bottom line on costs. What are you gonna do when the ignition module fails and it won't recognize that playschool key anymore? Just TRY to jump that truck into running to where you can get it fixed cuz you ain't doing it yourself anymore due to the fact it REQUIRES dealer programming to install and set it up. Don't ever do any one a favor jumping their dead vehicle in a parking lot, ANY little inattention or unknown problem will take out a TIPM or ECM and you are in the same boat. Do I dare mention turbos that carbon up, head gaskets that leak for no obvious reason, injector tips that break off, injectors that hang and melt pistons on a hard pull, and the infamous grid heater bolt that burns off and gets sucked into a cylinder
js9234 12/13/19 07:05am Tow Vehicles
RE: Titan Cummins Diesel option axed for 2020

Very highly doubt that. My 16 has been problem free for 3 years now and I have no complaints. I bought it to work so it’s almost always hauling or towing something and it’s not a daily commuter. The reason I bought it is because it was cheap, 6k less than a big three gasser comparably equipped The 21 mpg highway empty makes me more likely to drive it.
js9234 08/07/19 09:11am Tow Vehicles
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