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  • About 97cummins
    My Diesel
    Your YouTube Account
    I love diesels
    diesel mechanic,peterbuilt,fife WA.
    riding horses,building my truck up to go faster,watching bald eagles,snowmobiling
  • Signature
    htt 3 piece exhaust manifold, banks twin ram air intake
    turbo silencer ring mia/ Zombie soldier cold air intake
    3000 rpm governor spring kit, #10 fuel plate
    3 gauge pod setup, 4'' exhaust turbo back,into duels
    Star wheel all the way forward, tranny 3/4 swith/and lockup switch
    Dunrite tripple disc torque convertor, Heavy duty valve body
    16 degrees timing, arp head studs, trans. Cooler,
    60# intake and exhaust valve springs
    pac brake exhaust brake
    S300 turbo
    90hp DDP injectors


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  • Last Activity: 11-06-2016 09:26 PM
  • Join Date: 06-03-2008
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  1. Jet A Fuel
    10-30-2015 04:52 AM
    Are you still at Peterbuilt ?
  2. 03-09-2014 11:06 PM
    get on chat!
  3. 95powersmoker
    04-18-2011 10:20 AM
    Hey, thanks. Where you from?
  4. Rustin
    12-23-2010 09:47 PM

    May you find comfort. My condolences. Come back to use when you can.
  5. Marine
    10-13-2010 11:42 PM
    Thanks for the comment on my profile; you are welcome!
  6. barkrulz
    09-29-2010 09:50 AM
    A rail plug removes the rail relief valve which has a tendency to relieve to early and drop the fuel pressure in the rail, on modified trucks. The rail is located immediatly behind the intake horn where it goes into the head, the rail has six stailess steel fuel lines comming out of it going to the injectors plus one in from pump and one out the side from near the rail relief "plug". The plug is located on the front end of the rail, and very nearly touches the intake horn. There are two options for dealing with it releiving early, plug it or shim it. I have the plug and have had zero ploblems, the shim requires the stock relief plug to be taken apart and two small washers added. the added washers have the effect of increasing the spring tension so it relieves at a high pressure. There are some good videos on youtube about how to do the shim. I would HIGHLY suggest watching one if you plan on doing it as it is spring loaded with TINI-TINY parts. Any ? gimme a shout.
  7. hock6.0
    04-30-2010 09:31 PM
    glad you like it. the tool box needs some polishing though
  8. hock6.0
    03-18-2010 07:23 PM
    thanks. it works well, i have a expanded metal floor in it about an 1'' off the pipe. i put my tire chains in it froze solid with ice and mud and they thaw out and dry up up nice. also they are fairly warm so you can put them on with out gloves.
  9. hock6.0
    03-16-2010 08:13 AM
    it would be nice when its raining and i'd have a clean work bench where i could tear things apart to repair or rebuild instead of kneeling on the ground and using the a track for a work bench. i just wouldn't know how to act if i had a nice setup like you got
  10. hock6.0
    03-15-2010 08:07 AM
    Atleast yours is enclosed. mine is a open utility bed mounted on an F-550 chassie.it works just fine95% of the time. the rest of the time i wish i had something like you've got.

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