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Hello everyone im new to the forum here. Anyways i recently just bought my first 2001 dodge ram cummins. Im absolutely in love with the truck. Just wanted to see want upgrades i should do such as maintenance wise. I want to keep the truck as reliable as possible. And stock such as "internal wise"

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Try to get a grip on what you have. The above advice is good, but what is on your truck now for us to know where to help you take into the future. Do you now anything about the trucks history?

Edited by dripley

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There is nothing you can do internally that will increase reliability. 

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1 hour ago, jlbayes said:

There is nothing you can do internally that will increase reliability. 

Are you telling me that putting 30 some magnets all over inside the engine was a waist of time :mad:

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1 hour ago, Dieselfuture said:

Are you telling me that putting 30 some magnets all over inside the engine was a waist of time :mad:

 

Those were supposed to go on the fuel lines.....

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2 minutes ago, jlbayes said:

 

Those were supposed to go on the fuel lines.....

:doh: I'm not good at following directions

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Oh I had the perfect meme for that response. But my phone deleted it yesterday..... :doh:

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Put some Oil internally will increase reliability

 

 

put some 2 stroke oil in your fuel

 

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6 hours ago, jlbayes said:
7 hours ago, Dieselfuture said:

Are you telling me that putting 30 some magnets all over inside the engine was a waist of time :mad:

Those were supposed to go on the fuel lines.....

 

Anybody knows that magnets won't work on plastic lines - Dieselfuture, you were right!

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1 hour ago, Tractorman said:

 

Anybody knows that magnets won't work on plastic lines - Dieselfuture, you were right!

Ha ha, I think @jlbayes was talking about magnets for gasoline engine, there were a lot of people few years back saying that if you put magnets on fuel line will increase fuel economy. I went a step further and made a hydrogen cell that actually gained me about 3mpg on my sentra I had. 

Edit, who knows if I would have combined that with magnets I might've been making fuel :lmao:

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21 hours ago, Dieselfuture said:

:doh: I'm not good at following directions

 

 

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