1988 GMC V3500 Cummins Tour and walk around.
Truck is nice and dirty. If you have any questions comment and I'll answer.
THE WILD CUMMINS HAUK 45 DUALLY!
ＬＩＫＥ | ＣＯＭＭＥＮＴ | ＳＨＡＲＥ | ＳＵＢＳＣＲＩＢＥ Be sure to SIGN UP on CarbonTV to see all the latest material from Diesel Nation! Click HERE ►►► http://tinyurl.com/p98q8p4 While at the Unlimited Off-Road Expo, we caught up with Matt Hodges and this fantastic creation...the 1948 Willys fashioned after the Hauk 45. This Cummins powered dually on Pit Bull tires literally stole the attention of so many spectators when it rolled through for a couple of Dyno pulls. This truck was built by Kenny Hauk for an upcoming episode on the History channel. Unlimited Off-Road Expo - Ft. Worth, TX at Texas Motor Speedway - 3/11-12/2017 For more information on the Unlimited Off-Road Expo, visit them online at http://uorexpo.com/ ...as well as their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/UnlimitedOffRoadExpo/ Check out Triple-X Motorsports & Outdoors on Facebook for updates on events, action photos, videos, giveaways and lots of other cool innerwebs humor! http://www.facebook.com/TripleX.Motorsports Stay up to date with behind-the-scenes action on Snapchat at: TripleX_Life Also see some of the cool shots we run across over on the Instagram scene: http://instagram.com/rekjavicxxx/ Get your Triple-X apparel, koozies, decals, graphics, DVD's & more at http://www.triplexmotorsports.com Please Ignore or flag spam, negative, or hateful comments. We're here to have a good time. Thanks everyone, and enjoy!
Cummins 4BT Cold Start
GMC Yukon Cummins 4bt diesel cold start.
chevy cummins swap part 4: motor in, tranny crossmember done, etc
So I finally got the tranny crossmember done. Took me a while to figure out the best compromise of angles and clearance with the divorced np205. It kept pushing the old worn out tranny jack back down. The np205 probably weighs as much as my lanky ass, definitely going to have to take some ibuprofen for my back after lifting and carrying it multiple times. Anyway, I ended up clearancing part of the body above the T case, like C sectioning a frame. Next up under the truck is the T case crossmember, that will be a real piece of work. Wish I didn't have to toss out the crossmember I built in 2011, but oh well. The new design will allow me to remove the case a lot easier, the bolts will be loaded in shear, (no tendency to loosen and drop the case like the 70s dodge design) it will also have poly bushings, and clearance for at least a 4", maybe 5" Exhaust.