I believe the GM pilot bearing is a 15x42x13 sealed bearing which is a number 6302. I've seen several numbers such as 6302DU and 6302-2RS and 6302-2NSL. Just be sure it's a sealed type. The stock starter for the adapter plate is Denso 128000-0545. Make sure the starter spacer is still in place on the adapter plate, otherwise the starter won't fit correctly. If it should be missing that spacer is a Cummins part 3934080. That spacer can be found priced at $85 to near double that. The starter is priced all over the board also. From around $100 to over $300. Probably depends on whether it's a genuine Denso unit or a clone.
Well , yeah , it'll be a little nose heavy. I've already built a full frame for it and stretched it 14" so I can position the motor back from the front wheels a little , witch will transfer some weight to the rear.
It's going to be just a drive around car so it doesn't have to take any kind of abuse.
I hadn't noticed anything special about this engine but when I get outside I'll look at that cover. It's a 93 engine out of a 3/4 ton Dodge.
I'll have to be careful , you guys must have a microscope on your computer to look at these pictures.
Anyway , I'll try and post a few pictures of this project along the way.
Hi recently removed my oil cooler to replace the gaskets behind it, looked up the gasket part numbers on quickserv and ordered them. Got them today and the gasket that goes on the actual oil cooler plate is different than the one that came off. Any one know which gasket is the correct one? I...
Not sure where to start. I'm think of pulling out an 6.7 and putting in a 8.3 cummins. In a kenworth T 300. How do you trust where motor is coming from? Wiring harness. I have a 2007 with 350,000 mile and a 8.3 I've never had a problem. I also have a 2008 6.7 with 125,000 miles and 10,000.00 in...