1993 DODGE, CUMMINS DIESEL 6BT 12V, 5 SPEED, 4X4, W350, EXTENDED CAB DUALLY
This is my latest edition to Honky Tonk Manor: 1993 Dodge W350 1 Ton,
Cummins 6BT 12V Diesel, 4X4, 5 Speed Manual, Extended Cab, Long Bed.
With my Chevy service truck down for the count since a main bearing cap
broke, the deal offered to me on this old truck I could not refuse. The
previous owner needed cash and that, of course, is where I came in.
This truck is a fine candidate for a mini rig conversion with a Peterbuilt
hood and cab. Something I'm certainly considering being a truck driving
In the meantime, I've a lot of work for this truck here at Honky Tonk Manor
with hauling feed, wood and trailering equipment, autos, scrap, and auction
sales & purchases.
My new 1992 dodge cummins
just the first look of the 92 cummins i just hauled home from some farmers
yard. needs the transmission rebuilt and thats about it. i will be putting
another video on soon of the trans put in and the truck back to life!
1993 Dodge Cummins with stacks.
1993 Dodge with a 5.9 cummins and straight 4 inch stacks. It has 240,000
miles on it and still purrs like a kitten. It is stock other than the pump
is turned up a little bit. It doesn't smoke much under normal conditions
but I stalled it a little to make some for the video.
1993 Dodge W250 diesel dyno
Here is my 93 W250 on the rollers. It has 4.10 gears, Getrag 5 speed,
6X.016 J L Machine injectors, 60mm GDS upgraded compressor wheel, 16 cm Exhaust housing, 4 inch Diamond Eye Exhaust with muffler hooked to 5 inch
stacks, low pressure piston lift pump, M&H #2 fuel pin, stock timing, stock
gov spring, 4 full turns left on full power screw, 285-75-17 tires on 3rd
gen rims. Last year with the very same tune it had 301 horses but that was
with the stock 235-85-16's. The bigger tires cost me 12 horses give or
take. No correction factor. We are at sea level and had good air. The
correction factor actually lowered horses, not raised them like in bad air
or high elevation.