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    The Mike was right thread? (Sort of)

     



    Quote Originally Posted by 34_40 View Post
    He'll have to start a thread called, "CUMMINS & GOIN'S"
    Mike made this quote in another thread and he was kind of right. I have had a lot of things Cummins and goins lately. I had a 98 Dodge come in for a head gasket that turned into me selling him the engine out of my 97 parts truck. He took the truck some where to have them install a pyro and the guy broke the drill bit off in the exhaust manifold. So whom ever had the great idea to start it to blow it out. Well you can guess what happened.... Junked cylinders 4,5,and 6. The truck was a greasy, grimy, POS too boot!
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    I also have had a project truck that the owner brought me back in January and said do: Aftermarket fuel system, programmer, exhaust, and cold air intake. Which turned into fix the oil leak, install 5th wheel hitch rails, air bags with a compressor and in cab gauge/switch setup. Which turned into put a new turbo on, reseal the vacuum pump, fix some wiring, and the injection pump was weak but he didn't want to mess with it. Well when the edge was turned up the injection pump crapped out. So that turned into, injectors, injection pump, pull the engine to replace all engine gaskets. The truck needs to go away.

    I also helped my brother do some work on his 53 F350 so he could take it to Good guys. If I remember correctly it has a 8RB flat head in it?
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    I also have this 08 glow plug delete project going on as well.........




    I picked up a sign to put outside that is fitting for this thread too.
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    Good grief, you've been busy! The Cummins always looks like a better idea under the hood of pickups. I'm still hoping to trip over a 4bt Cummins for my 53 Dodge build coming up.
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    Dang.. sometimes I get to be right!?!? Well... sort of. LOL
    Wish I could get some of your ambition! Lookin' good over there tho'!
    I did notice that there wasn't a hammer to be seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 34_40 View Post
    Dang.. sometimes I get to be right!?!? Well... sort of. LOL
    Wish I could get some of your ambition! Lookin' good over there tho'!
    I did notice that there wasn't a hammer to be seen.
    See the big blue box in the background of the 2nd to last pic. They're in there.
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    All in good fun Mr. Ryan. But, I did notice your dog must've left a "present" in front of your Cummins sign.... I think the pup and I have the same opinion of motors with zero spark plugs!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 34_40 View Post
    All in good fun Mr. Ryan. But, I did notice your dog must've left a "present" in front of your Cummins sign.... I think the pup and I have the same opinion of motors with zero spark plugs!
    Oh I know good sir. It's alright. Everyone has their flaws. I've been having bad ideas again about removing spark plugs out of the 40. Replacing them with glow plugs. Haha

    That's funny about the mystery floor item. It is a leaf though. It was so dry here this summer the leaves were drying up and dropping off. Not too good.

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