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David Saville

09-26-2001 21:16:11




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If you have a Dodge truck with a Cummins engine that needs parts go to your CaseIH dealer. I bought the lift pump today from CaseIH for $65 Cdn. The quote from Dodge was $160. Same story with tappet cover gasgets some time ago.




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Denny Frisk

09-27-2001 05:41:04




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 Re: cummins diesel in reply to David Saville, 09-26-2001 21:16:11  
GOSH - You mean there's Cummin's parts AND PowerStroke parts on My Case/IH/Navistar Dealer's shelves?.. The PSD parts are not that much cheaper than the Ford dealers prices, Glow Plug relay at Ford is $45 and about 1/2 that at Navistar. Cam Position sensor is about $140 at Ford and $80 at Navistar. People are a lot nicer to deal with too.



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Mike

09-28-2001 21:00:48




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 Re: Re: cummins diesel in reply to Denny Frisk, 09-27-2001 05:41:04  
Your Case/IH dealer probably won't have Powerstroke parts. Remember, the PS is made by what was Navistar (just recently re-named International again). Navistar had no ties to Case/IH, and Case/IH never used a 7.3 in any of their equipment. A navistar truck dealer would have parts, but that's about it.



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Haas

09-27-2001 05:55:59




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 Re: Re: cummins diesel in reply to Denny Frisk, 09-27-2001 05:41:04  
The Cummins diesel was originally built for tractors. Dodge came along later.



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Denny Frisk

09-27-2001 08:33:39




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 Re: Re: Re: cummins diesel in reply to Haas, 09-27-2001 05:55:59  
Cummins or CDC as the Cummins / Case IH joint venture was called couldn't have made the deal more confusing if they tried. IHC had their own 358 Nuess engine, a 360 Melrose enging, and now C/IH uses a 359 CID engine in some tractors. All with ZERO parts interchangability. It is a good engine though. I frequent Forddiesel.com and the TDR sites also. My PSD turns over 165K this weekend going to the F-1 race and had it's 5th Birthday last June 27th. I'm shopping for a new truck and maybe in a few years I'll be able to buy one!.... Trying to decide if I should buy the CTD Ram or get my 4th Ford in the last 21 yrs. I'm tempted to keep it for another 4 yrs when it should have right at 300K miles on it.

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the tractor vet

09-26-2001 21:29:19




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 Re: cummins diesel in reply to David Saville, 09-26-2001 21:16:11  
Yea i know i found out the hard way i got mine from Dodge and even with my discount it was a 172.34 with the new stile hose that you need when you go to the new pump.



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