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Old 10-28-2011, 03:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hampton roads 12v help

I'm trying to build my 12v, and looking for some help. Got all my parts in and motors on a stand/cradle. Looking for someone to help me with Head studs, fuel plate, injectors, GSK, valve springs. Tim at TRE is a great guy, but funds runnin low and cant come up with the money he wants.

Lookin for some help maybe on a weekend or something. Beer included and can work out a cheap price or somethin? Good chance to meet other cummins enthusists.

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never done Headstuds either, but if someone has the tool, or puller for fuel pump i can rent it from you or borrow!
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Old 10-28-2011, 04:09 PM   #3 (permalink)
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never done Headstuds either, but if someone has the tool, or puller for fuel pump i can rent it from you or borrow!
You can use any old puller kit on the pump gear if that's what you are talking about. Doesn't need to be anything specialized really.
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i broke the nut loose, but now at a stand still. really wish i had a friend that knew a thing or 2 about cummins motors lol. All my buddies are powerstroke guys.. im building the cummins for a F250 project..
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i broke the nut loose, but now at a stand still. really wish i had a friend that knew a thing or 2 about cummins motors lol. All my buddies are powerstroke guys.. im building the cummins for a F250 project..
What are you trying to do? Advance the timing? Sounds like a cool project, what year motor are you using?
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its a 96 12v, was originally an auto but picked up a nv4500 to put behind it. I'm trying to get the pump off so i can clean up the block and get it painted. Pump work would be to install 4k GSK, #0 fuel plate, mess with AFC star wheel, put Mack plug in. other than that just lookin to do some seals, head studs, injectors.
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its a 96 12v, was originally an auto but picked up a nv4500 to put behind it. I'm trying to get the pump off so i can clean up the block and get it painted. Pump work would be to install 4k GSK, #0 fuel plate, mess with AFC star wheel, put Mack plug in. other than that just lookin to do some seals, head studs, injectors.
I'd rotate the engine to where you can put the timing pin in the side of the pump, then pull gear off, then everything else. As long as you don't turn over the engine or pull the cam. Everything else should be straight forward except for the GSK, you should be able to find some instructions for that.
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How much power you looking to make, you can send the pump and your gsk to Seth at Dpe and he can put them in max your pump out and put it on the flow bench and pin the pump at whatever timing you want. Well worth what he charges if your looking to make over 500hp
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Old 12-13-2011, 09:54 AM   #9 (permalink)
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waiting on tools to come in, but since my motor was stuck at work for like last 6 months with no movement bought the bullet and ordered a billet ppump gear puller tool, valve spring compressor tool... looking to start moving forward again once i get it to the house.

basically gonna pull the pump.. clean up the block paint it.. do the head studs (sending rocker pedalstals off to get machined)

if anyones in the chesapeake va beach area and likes working on these thing more then welcome to join me.. i drink beer when i work so more then enough to go around
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let me know when your gonna work on it, if I am off and the wife doesnt have anything goin on I would be willing to lend a hand. fixing to start tearing apart my 94 gonna tear it down to bare block and goin thru the whole thing.
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let me know if you need help i am so sick of working on there broke CATs at work, i need to get dirty with a cummins again...
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I told ya the CAT's would be broke all the time. I was always workin on one of them freakin motors. now all I do is change freakin hydro hoses on the grapples in the yard and chase electrical problems.
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