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Bought mine from Messicks...There are a number of companies who sell those kits. They were used on Case engines which were Cummins. Power Driven Diesel sells them for $250, Diesel Auto Power sells them for $189, Pure Diesel Power sells them for $189, Double Duty Diesel sell them for $495 (they must have been smoking some weed when they priced them), Diesel Power Products sells them for $445 (must be smoking the same weed LOL), and there may be others. 2830784 is the Case/IHC part for the valve cover only. The breather section is 504069558. Not sure if those part numbers include all the bolts and gaskets. Those covers also are found in an Iveco catalog. They made engines under a Cummins license. These were found on the Case 435 3 cylinder skid steer engine and Case 445CT 4 cylinder engine. See drawing below. Messicks sells the 2830784 assembly for $156.31, the valve cover gaskets are part 504053522 don't show a price at this time, 504069558 cap is $68.75, 500315795 O ring is $16.24, 4899110 screws 3 required are $1.13 each, valve cover bolts 4895214 2 required don't show a price, and isolators part 4895360 2 required are $11.45 each (kind of pricey). So the $189 price that several of the dealers have is pretty good so long as it includes all the parts.
GM used a crankcase depression valve, plumbed into the intake of their diesels, I was perhaps one of the first to install a CAC on a 6.5TD...never had residue buildup in air filter or CAC.You did very well there. They aren't all that common in the field as they were mostly on skid steers.
Man those valve covers are UGLY, put a Impactor from Fleetguard. They have numerous kits, John Deere uses them from the factory for TIER 2 !
Those black things on your covers are already Impactors, I believe. At least JD hid them outa sight !Not for $500. No way.
The hoses attached to mine going to the air filter are dry inside "no residue".I think they look pretty dang good.
The best way to buy them these days...I found some at an equipment recycler. I bought two with the breathers and all the bolts for $75 each.
The hoses attached to mine going to the air filter are dry inside "no residue".
Crank case depression valve failure on the GM 6.5td leads to the oily mess...I'm coming from a 6.5 background so I wouldn't have the courage to route them to any place before my turbo for fear that everything would turn into a black oily mess.