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Details: Dodge Cummins 4×4 dually tractor pulling truck, super modified for 1,600 Hp and who knows how much torque (maybe 3,000 Lb ft) -Vs- Big Rig diesel (bobtail) stock with 550 Hp and super low end torque (maybe 1,500 Lb ft) Both trucks are in low gear. This question is different. Also more detailed.
i just bought a 1982 GMC 2500 diesel 3/4 ton pickup, the power steering pump is blown and i would like to replace it without putting it into a shop, so other then bracket bolts, how do i remove and replace the pump, the reservoir is in good condition so i only have to replace […]
I have just purchased a 1982 Chevy pickup with a 6.2 diesel which has sat for about 6 months… owner claims engine ran fine when he parked it, but it needs a new tranny. When I try starting the engine (with 2 batteries connected via boosters to 2 other trucks) it turns over a bit […]
Diesel and gas,which is a better buy?
i’ve seen some wvo conversion sites and they say they can only do certain vehicles? is that true? I’m looking for a 4 door 4×4 suv or truck for the conversion. I would love to have a toyota land cruiser, but i dont think they made a diesel. Any suggestions on the best 4×4 truck […]
I am so tired of being the little one, I put the Shelby away, the GT is not seeing the salty roads either. I have a Ford Explorer 4×4 but it is getting old, if I could own a monster truck that is road worthy that would be my other option. Since I have unlimited […]
The 6.5 is locked and is not that good to start with. A 350 would be cheaper all around. I can handle the fuel switch from diesel to gas with a new fuel pump etc.
Its pretty simple I need a used truck or SUV that is gets 22 mpg or better on highway 4×4, gas or diesel, inexpensive to repair, torque – happy, and I won’t have to buy a newer car for another 7 years.
Where to go for information and direction about buying a new or used diesel sedan or small pickup. Which is best to value for money. Can you buy a diesel VW in California? Help!