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While driving the truck it started gushing fuel. After inspection we discovered the three nuts and studs that hold cp3 pump on had disappeared. The studs did not shear off, or if they did the whole stud must have worked itself out.
I guess my question is -- how did this happen? And most of all where do I find replacement studs?
2004 Cummins(235HP);63/68 over s480TWINS;DDP Nozzles;TST Powermax;Smarty;Water/Meth;ARP Main & Head Studs;ATS Trans;Coated Pistons; Raptor 150 Pump;Hamilton #110 Springs;Ported Head;Upgraded Valve Seats;18" x 9" Helo Maxx Wheels;Cooper STT
I would think if you found out the size of the hole in the front cover you could substitute bolts with a dab of locktite on them. If not, I'll bet any good Cummins shop sells the studs/nuts. Just take them your engine serial number and they should be able to get them. If ALL else fails, new front gear housing.
'07 2500 QCSB 4x4, .020" over, Hamilton Valvetrain, Motorsport fueling, Garrett air, built bottom end, Goerend Transmission.
EFI by Silver Bullet Tuning
Originally Posted by TURBOLVR
IMO, the only reasons to run a big single is $$, simplicity, or stupidity.
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