When I pulled my injectors I sent them to Pennsacola fuel injection in FL.Not yet...but I know it's coming. I had Hills replace one weak injector and told them to replace the harness on that side but ...pardon my pun....our wires got crossed and it didn't happen.
Good info. I deal mostly with Riff Raff. Got the upgraded/improved main oil pump from them and one of their "blueprinted" HPOPs when that had to be replaced.When I pulled my injectors I sent them to Pennsacola fuel injection in FL.
They had thousands of happy eBay customers and at 100% rating when I used them. I talked to one of the owners on the phone and he rebuild my injectors and I bought new harness's and some replacement harness pins from him to repair the burned harness pins in the intake for a better word valley. He uses OEM parts except the O rings. I went to Ford and bought OEM O rings myself. Like six bucks a cylinder for peace of mind.
I was and still am very happy with there services. Much better that 220 + bucks for new injectors.
Charlotte Hall guy has a M939 5 Ton for saleLooking at an '03 F250 Super Duty, 7.3, 180k.
Also an '05 Ram 2500 Cummins 12 valve, 290k (best I can tell is the 24 valve is more complexity for no definitive advantage)
Older Chevy's don't seem to earn much credit.
Want; used, under $10k, diesel, 4by4, extended cab (not crew, but crew OK) 6.5' bed, 8' is not out of the question.
I think I want 250/2500's and up. Towing dual wheel work trailers regularly and want to be able to tow camper and maybe 5th wheel some day.
How many gallons per mile?Charlotte Hall guy has a M939 5 Ton for sale
The M939A2 models use a newer and smaller Cummins 6CTA8.3 504 cu in (8.3 L) turbocharged inline 6 cylinder diesel engine developing 240 hp (180 kW) at 2100 rpm and 745 lbf·ft (1,010 N·m) torque at 1,500 rpm.
All models have an Allison 5 speed automatic transmission with a two speed transfer case. The front axle was engaged in low range
A little tuning can go a long way with this one..
If you have to ask, you won't like the answer..How many gallons per mile?