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PilotHouse2500

Cummins QSB7 industrial engine swap

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So I have an opportunity to purchase a Cummins QSB7 industrial engine (from a gen set) for a decent price if the auction doesn't blow up fast.  Question is this:  can this be used as a swap into a vehicle?  What would it take?

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On review I'm going to pass on the industrial to road conversion.  Lots of work (read cash) to convert since many things are designed specifically around a genset vs. a vehicle.  Not even the block PN's are the same between the two versions.  Oh well. likely could have gotten it for under $1k with low hours...

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