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Jump Right in Newbies

Newbies are the best part of the Cumminity !

Helping others gives ya a great fealing !

Fire Away were here to help , and we wont promt you to use the search feature ...

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Helping others gives ya a great fealing !

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Welcome

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Im a newbie here but not to the TDR or DTR its good to see alot of familiar names here,some of the good ol boys, much better feel here than the other two forums (less people waiting to bite your head off.) I am telling everyone I know about it

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Seems Our Open demeanor and lack of Stressing Grammer/Spelling ECT, Members Come First and holding Respect as our Most important feature ..... Weeds Out Most of the things that everyone hates about web forums .

That and we have Games.... Prizes....Videos ...And More ...LOL

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usually hate forums, but love this one bc of the factors mentioned above... you guys have been incredibly helpful..... thanks again
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ditto to hammerman! I'm farily new around here and have gather-up quite a bit of info! 50% of it for the good! and 50% to the EXCELLENT side!!!

thanks ya'll! this place's the place to come for CTD info! along w/ a good time had while doing it!

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I will honestly say this is probably the finest run forum I have ever had the pleasure to post in. Six months ago I knew nothing about diesel trucks. (now I know a little bit more than nothing) With guys helping out and answering the same questions over and over again with out losing patience is truly remarkable. I love reading about different ideas and different bombing tecniques (bombing a word i knew nothing about and six months ago now a word my wife wishes i never found out about) that you can apply to your truck. So to all that have helped me and to all that will help me I would like to say thank you.
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From what I've seen so far this is a great site. Keep it up

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Keep in mind that every single one of us was newbies once upon a time....................What I am getting at here is as we all learn we need to continue to help others as they join up, heck learnin and passin on info is what its all about :thumbsup
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ATTN 24V Newbies !!!! This is a Must !!!! EVERYONE AGREES !

NOTE: IM NOT A VENDOR AND HAVE NOTHING TO GAIN , But seeing all these Vp44 dead from newbies is terrible exspecally when 90% of these failure could of been avoided .........

ATTN : If you have a 24V Cummins and No Fuel Pressure gauge Your Chancing YOUR RIG and Rolling The Dice every time you drive it ,

A Fuel Pressure Gauge is A Permenate Stable in Every 24V Cummins Truck (1998.5-2002)

This is fact the Lift Pump WILL GO OUT maybe 10,000 miles maybe 50,000 miles but it is Going to go out its ~ $165 When it goes out ( Not IF) You will not know it without a Fuel Pressure Gauge and the ~$1300 Vp44 Injecton pump will work its heart out to deliver its own fuel and it cant keep that up long ! and it will go out and be very Costly , Also if you have added any Fuel Mods you stand a risk of too Much Fuel Pressure and Killing your VP44

All this is True and it sucks but We as 24V'ers can do something about it !

The First Thing is Monitoring so you know the vital signs ! We here @ Cummins Forum Have Gotten Together with Nate at www.cowboydieselperformance.com and he has set up a Fuel pressure Kit that Mounts with a steering collum mount so if you wish to add more gauges in the future you can get a piller mount and have room for 3 additional Gauges, What with all the options and mounts and people wanting to wait for the rest of there gauges and ect,,,, before they know it they have big problems !

So This kit Will be Self Suffcient and will not need redone or changed to accomendate future modifycations !

Kit includes: 0-30 psi gauge, isolator, steering column single gauge mount, and required mounting hardware.

Every Thing you Need !

Price: $165 shipped to your door.
You Can Choose Either a DiPricol or an Isspro Gauge !!!!!


Dont Pass this up this can save your thousands of dollars

This is the best thing for Performance And Reliabillity you can do for your Rig ... Rather it be a daily driver or a Bombed Beast This is a Must Have !

For More Information and to Order Your Kit Please Visit ......

https://www.cumminsforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=5021

A Huge Thanks To CDP for Putting this Kit Together For Us !

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Only the facts .

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Filtration :

Only Use Fleet Guard (Cummins Filtration) Oil and Fuel Filters

The cheapest place you can get them is Schieds

http://www.scheiddiesel.com/filters.htm

There cheaper than local auto part stores even with shipping
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BHAF :

Only get the BHAF from

www.fleetfilter.com

Its about 1/3 the price of NAPA and its the exact same filter it comes in a NAPA box

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You can use the 42790 air filter as an aftermarket filter for Dodge's 5.9 diesel.
Thats the one !
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