I have a Cummins 6bt and a 1998 gmc k3500 crew cab 4wd with the 6.5 and nv4500
I know it’s probably been asked before I just would like to get a response for my questions
1. What power steering pump is used to bolt to the Cummins and connect the gm booster, cooler, and steering box
So I just got Crusty back to running and driving after his Cummins swap and figured I should capture the story, the details, my learnings and my failures on the project before I forget stuff.
So strap in and pour yourself 3 fingers, because this is gonna be a long tale of frustration, triumph...
Swapping a 1st gen 6BT into a 1998 Chevy gas K2500.
What is the ideal location to pull 12v run/start power for the fuel solenoid on the VE injection pump?
I believe that’s the only wiring needed for the injection pump, correct?
So I’ve got a 6BT/NV4500/Ford NP205 swapped into my GMT400 truck. I’m trying to figure out the best way to connect my factory floor shifter to the NP205 and figured I’d ask around to see if anyone had an example to share.
I’m swapping a stock power, early 1st gen 6BT and an NV4500 into a 1998 Chevy K2500. I’ll be running the Cummins mechanical fan. The truck currently has a 350/4l80e with towing package. I don’t do any towing but I do live in Texas (very hot).
Is there a general rule of thumb for surface area or...
I’m performing a 6BT 12v swap on a 98 Chevy K2500 currently running a 5.7 vortec engine and have a few questions about converting the fuel system.
The in-line gas fuel filter. Remove it and replace it with a short length of hose or line?
Both the current, gas, in-tank pump and the Cummins lift...