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Old 09-30-2010, 02:10 PM
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I'm just curious but does anybody know if cummins still sells brand new ve pumps for our trucks and how much they cost.I'm tired of pulling off my ip every two weeks to get warrantied because it wasn't rebuilt right to start with.
 
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I'm not sure, but I wouldn't doubt it. I know they sell brand new ppumps if ya wanna upgrade.

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You can look here, but it says its a rebuilt one...

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Yes they do sell them. I called the other day on one. it was around $2300, way too much for me.
 
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Old 09-30-2010, 09:45 PM
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I think alot of the problem is that the rebuilder only replaces the broken parts. I guess in order to get a good pump the core would have to have been totally destroyed so that everything internal would be replaced. Am I correct?
 
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usually they rebuild the entire thing. Id have yours sent somewhere else. cheaper than $2300
 
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I have a guy that dose all my rebuilding comes with a great warranted and brand new there about 1300 bucks
 
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Old 10-01-2010, 09:16 AM
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I think I may return the pump I have and start over with a better place. The first one lasted 5 miles and had a dead miss and the 2nd ran really strong for 150 miles and now has no power and barely runs when its hot outside. I should have stuck with the original that had metal shavings in the bottom of it,it ran better. BTW these are Bosch reman pumps.
 
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Old 10-01-2010, 12:25 PM
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i just had mine replaced 2 summers ago by a guy in corpus i know it would be a drive for you but he does really good work it was a little high on price butt he will fix anything that ever breaks on it for free hes a nice guy the place is called schwings and then about a mile down the road there is diesel injection thats where my dad has all his work done he likes them alot keep in mind we are a dodge family my dad has 2 first gens then an 04 my mom drives an 03 cummins and my big sister drives a 97 12v and i have my baby my 91 and then a 92 and those are the only places we take them when something like that goes wrong other than that we usualy do all of our own work and if i remember correctly you live near san marcos butt if your lookin for a place to get a good rebuild id take it to them
 
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