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My son's Fummins

Don't know if anyone is interested in Cummins swap but take a look.

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Pretty cool swap, have to be pretty handy and patient I bet. Qualities I lack. I'm sure it wasn't cheap either.

I actually ran across a Cummins powered F150 on kijiji a while back.

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That's pretty cool, what inspired this swap?

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That's pretty cool, what inspired this swap?
Ever since I rebuilt the engine and transmission in his first Mustang he has had the Bug. Can't leave anything stock! I think what happened on the truck was that he had a couple of bad injectors that he left too long and cooked couple of pistons. Got the 12 valve Cummins cheap so figured what to heck, why not. Said about the same power as his 6.0l had but way more torque. Does pretty good work and has built couple of rock crawling jeeps from the ground up. His latest project is a rock crawling buggy starting with a tube frame. He is probably three quarters of the way through it.

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That's an I6 for you. Way more torque and alot better fuel. Not to mention how smooth they are. Nice job! Does he want to do my boom truck next?

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That's an I6 for you. Way more torque and alot better fuel. Not to mention how smooth they are. Nice job! Does he want to do my boom truck next?
Sorry mike, he is too busy trying to get his buggy built to go back to Moab this summer.

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