Ok Here is the deal, First of all Thanks for the replys and input so far! :thumbsup
Here are the pics of the Doner Truck: 1986 Ford F350 Crew Cab SRW, 2wd that has had a 12V Cummins Conversion about 20K miles ago.
1986 Ford F350 Cummins 12V pictures from friends & fun photos on webshots
I have been driving it for about a week and it runs and drives excellent. I did all of the tweaks on the pump and that made a real difference in performance.
It looks like I will be moving everyhing back a couple of inches to clear the oil pan to crossmember. The same has been done on the doner truck. Shouldn't be that big of a deal, I will just have to lengthern the front driveshaft, and shorten the rear.
The Doner does have a mechanical fan. They moved the trans crossmember from the front bolt to the back bolt, and drilled another for the rear of the crossmember. Should be the same for my truck as well.
If they are the same wheel base, just transfer everything along with. Worst case is that you have to work the driveshafts, that's it.
The problem with that is that my truck is 4x4 and the doner is 2wd. Plus My C6 is pretty built and has a real nice shft to it.
So take a look at the pics, the motor is a Cummins Reman with 20 K on it. It is not Intercooled but I do have one that is going on the truck once the conversion is started. There are pics of the IC also. It is a Hypermax Intercooler designed for the Ford Trucks so I will have to get creative with the IC tubing to make it work. But it is a real nice Bolt On system for my truck.
That is the latest, I really like power of the Cummins so far and cant wait to put it in Big Ed!
"Big Ed" 1989 F-350 CC, 4x4, 5.9 12v Cummins, C6 GV OD, too much to list!
Droopy, 1988 F250 4x4 ZF5sp, Cummins P Pumped 4bt. The Plow Truck.