1996 Dodge Ram 2500,AT,12valve 5.9L Cummins Diesel Engine S
This Is A 1996 Dodge Ram 2500, With a 12 Valve Cummins 5.9L Engine 4x2 And
Automatic Transmission, Was Hit In Left Front, it Has 180,405 Miles.
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Twin Turbo Cummins 12v Chevy conversion FIRST START!!!
First start after 2 years of building on limited spare time & tools. I
never go over 1/4 throttle until after the first break-in period of running
for an hour at different rpm's; which i cut out of this video.
Goal is building the ultimate every day work truck / weekend warrior. This
is my first diesel truck and first build. Figured i better build it now
before I start a family.
I really really hope this truck makes it on the front page of a diesel
magazine! so please help spread the word for me as a fellow truck
enthusiast.. It's a 2001 12 valve 5.9 Cummins pulled from a wrecked
Bored .40 over
marine low compression pistons
60 lbs. valve springs
titanium locks & retainers
ARP head, rods, and main bolts
maxed out P7100 pump
.093 stainless lines
7x.014 Sac injectors
S474 over Phatshaft 62 "Towing kit"lol
Twin disk Spec clutch
NV4500 5spd 13/8's billet input shaft
NP205 bored for extreme duty bearings
spooled & tube welded 14bolt rear
see how long that lasts....
Dana 60 front
ladder bars front & rear
beefed up frame of course
removable pulling hitch
All going into an 89 crew cab Chevy
short box conversion w/8" lift
Mickey Thompson 16x12" beadlocks
Mickey Thompson 36x15.50R16s
King Ranch Ford seats
2 1/2" roll cage
Vintage air kit
and much more..
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1997 Dodge CUMMINS pulling semi
My 1997 Dodge CUMMINS pulling a 65,000 pound semi the load in the trailer
is 23,000 pounds by itself thats what he means when he said a 23,000 pound
2014 / 2015 RAM 1500 Eco Diesel Review and Road Test
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There's just something about a diesel pickup truck that makes grown men
regress into Tonka-loving children. Even my Prius-driving environmentalist
friends in Berkeley admit they secretly want a diesel pickup. The problem
of course is that diesel pickups are expensive (the cheapest diesel Ram
2500 is $36,975 and it doesn't have an automatic transmission, the cheapest
oil-burning F-250 is $38,250) and, for the majority of us, the high payload
and towing capacities are overkill. While economical in a specific sense,
the large diesel trucks aren't "fuel-efficient" either. Until now. Mark
your calendars folks, The 2014 Ram 1500 Eco Diesel is the half-ton truck in
America sporting a small diesel engine.
Although new in 2010 and refreshed for the 2013, the 1500 is undeniably a
Ram. That's because Chrysler prefers evolutionary rather than revolutionary
styling when it comes to their volume truck. That's not a bad thing, since
the 1994 style cues that have lived on were sexy back then, and still
attractive today. The big-rig front end still captures my attention, but
despite my family's Ram addiction, I find the 2014 Silverado's nose to be
the better looker. As with most redesigns, the front end got bigger,
brasher and has more chrome than ever before.
In 2007 GM purchased 50% of the Italian engine maker VM Motori. The logic
was that GM needed a smooth Euro compliant diesel engine for the Cadillac
CTS (and other models) in order to compete with the Germans. Sadly, GM
declared bankruptcy between the engine being designed and the engine
actually being used so it sat on a shelf. In 2011 Fiat bought the other
half of VM Motori and found the engine gathering dust. Fiat had some quick
tweaks done to the engine to make it more suitable for their use and the
EcoDiesel V6 was born. While there was much talk about GM getting their
hands on this same engine for Silverado duty, Fiat recently snapped up the
other half of VM Motri making this a Fiat/Chrysler engine in every way that
The high revving single turbo
aluminum-block V6 engine produces 240 horsepower and a stout 420
lb-ft of torque. If those numbers sound impressive, consider this. The
first 5.9L Cummins engine Chrysler used in the 2500 and 3500 series RAM
trucks produced 94 fewer ponies and 20 fewer twists. In the biggest
statement of progress I have seen in a while, that Cummins also delivered
its power via five fewer gears.
Like the rest of the Ram 1500 lineup (except for one model with a 5.7L
HEMI), all 1/2 ton Rams now use ZF's 8-speed automatic transmission. If
you're worried it's just a passenger car transmission that's not up to the
task, ZF's 8-speed transmissions are also found behind the insane twin-turbo V12s that the Germans love so much.