The Cummins dealerships only know part numbers, you have to have a pn# or a engine serno, thats just the way they operate. Here's you pn#.Is there anywhere to purchase these new?
I called the local cummins dealer looking for an adaptor plate for a ford, they were no help.
The Cummins dealerships only know part numbers, you have to have a pn# or a engine serno, thats just the way they operate. Here's you pn#.
Flywheel Housing Option FH9002:
3931627.....flywheel housing SAE 3
3902331,,,,,flywheel SAE 3
Starting motor option ST9039:
3916854.....starting motor 12v Delco-Remy
With those numbers they can find all the other stuff.
Do you have an automatic or standard transmission behind your 4BT?Thanks
I have the engine with the chevy adaptor and am looking for a truck to put it in.
Ford chassis vans usually came with a Borg-Warner T19 standard transmissionThe Fords with ZF manual trans seem to be plentiful, so I was thinking 1995-1997 F250HD 4wd, solid front axle, 351W would be good to convert.
As far as the adaptors, didn't they come is step vans that had ford engines origionally?
Most of these were either a GM SM-465 or the later ones were converted to a TH400/475 automatic.Mine was a 292 chevy that was repowered with a 4bt.
NO, they were generally converted to the Borg-Warner T-19 transmission.I assume the #3 adaptor origionally had a 300 ford that was repowered with a 4bt.