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Old 01-18-2010, 01:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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1995 5.9 cummins in a ford bus...?

I have a chance to buy a b-series ford, It has what looks like a p-pumped 5.9 It sounds good, I was shocked at the crank time it took to fire it up, but then I noticed no intake air heater? Is this a motor I could swap in place of my 1st gen? I may even keep the bus together and build a toy hauler, but just incase the rest of the bus is shook I want options. (the data tag says 5.9 and I think something like built by cummins for ford) Thanks in advance.
2X 1996 F-350 crew duallies. One up, one down. Lifted truck --> 95 5.9 triples, 5k, Auto
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Most bus Cummins engines don't come with the grid heaters because school districts plug in the block heater when it's cold.
Check out the bus parking lots, they usually have a pole with outlet for each bus.
Great engine for swapping into your 1st gen
'95 2500 4wd auto
'95 3500 5 speed heavy hauler
Stock for one day
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