My Jan. 1984 parts catalog does not show either grommet in either the parts list or in the parts diagram - My "speculation" is that the grommet is included as part of the supply line assembly.
Sorry, yeah I was mistaken, thought he was referring to the rubber coated banjo sealing washers that Cummins uses. Yes definitely, I know what you're talking about and I will second going to CaseIH for parts if for no other reason than their customer service is generally ten times better than Cummins.Are you talking about the seals for the banjo bolts or something else? 3905391 is a fuel line grommet for the return line. Don't believe there's any copper washer replacement for that part. $10 is on the low side for that part. Some guys charge $20.
That's the exact barring tool I have. It works in place of Cummins 5299073 at less than 1/2 the cost.Just for reference, a lower priced tool ($34.95) from Geno's Garage:
Get this Cummins engine barring tool which is specifically made for turning the engine over when servicing the valves.www.genosgarage.com
I have an earlier version of this tool.
I have a Fleece barring adapter on my 1998 6BT. I bought it when I was replacing the head gasket and bearings. The problem with the splined barring tool is you can't use it when the Cummins is mounted on and engine stand.fleece makes one that bolts to the damper. i like it better than barring from the rear due to no extensions needed.
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I think you're referring to Cummins 3918188. These are used to seal the fuel lines to the top of the fuel filter in my 1998 Ram. Those sealing washers can be pricey, but I recently found them for $1.17 each. With shipping and tax, I paid $20.17 for 8 sealing washers. I bought them from www.mddistributorsstore.com .Sorry, yeah I was mistaken, thought he was referring to the rubber coated banjo sealing washers that Cummins uses. Yes definitely, I know what you're talking about and I will second going to CaseIH for parts if for no other reason than their customer service is generally ten times better than Cummins.
I found TDC by aligning the crankshaft marks to the camshaft marks and pushing the timing pin in. The 4BT is a 1987 model. That is the year they started aligning the camshaft gear to the "F" mark on the Injection Pump gear.So I’m a bit confused on how you found TDC ?
Also, I can’t see from your engine tag, what year was the engine built ?