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Cummins up your A$$
Seen on a bug visor in reverse lettering so it could be read in the rear view.
Looked really bad, like most stickers
DD: 2007.5 Dodge RAM 2500 QC/SB,2WD,6.7L, 3.73 gears switch to 3:42, DPF and EGR + Cooler Delete, EFI Live. 119k miles on 04/08/2014. Stock trans and head gasket(no studs). deleted since 40k miles run the efi on race all the time, ran h&s175hd and smarty level 9 before efi.
When I get time to restore: 1969 Chevrolet Custom Camper/20 350 with turbo 400 trans 68,000 original miles (was my great-grandfathers)
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Here's mine. Only a true diesel head would get it or even know who they are.
Mr. Rudolf Diesel! I was laughing retty hard when i saw this man! Great sticker!
1996 3500. 2WD Silencer ring MIA. KDP killed. BHAF. ISSPRO Trans Temp, EGT, Boost gauges. 4K GSK. AFC slid forward. NO fuel plate. 5 inch straight pipe to CAT stack. 3rdgen tow mirrors. 5% tint all around. 36 LED's
I had two, (I'd rather be Cummin than Stroken) and (Stroke this *middle finger*) I got a lot a lot of attention here in AK with those lol. I'm not doing that with my 12v, just a nice Cummins logo sticker.
When i lived in Naples FL (Considering moving back) i was sitting in traffic and in front of me was a lifted F350 diesel. It had to have had atleast 15' of lift. On the entire tailgate in vinyl letters it said: "Id rather be power stroked then Rammed" LMAO...I thought it was funny
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