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      911 Support Group   06/22/2017

      Hey Gang, I've got the 911 support group database back up and running once again. It's listed in the 911 support category. It will allow members to list their contact information and location so other have a listed of members to call upon in the time of need. So if you wish to support other member please stop by and add your listing into the database. https://mopar1973man.com/cummins/911-support.html/contacts/

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dorkweed    301
dorkweed

Very cool, but on my 'puter, it sounded like a 12 valver!!!:smart:

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ISX    58
ISX

Very cool, but on my 'puter, it sounded like a 12 valver!!!:smart:

Take that back! If my truck ever started like a 24V I would fill the crankcase with sand. I can't stand how they all start exactly the same no matter if it is 0 or 100F, and each truck starts identical to the next 24V. 12V's all start different depending on rust holes in the exhaust, idle setting, and everything else that gets out of adjustment or falls off. That is what makes each and every one special :lmao: Mine has never even started the same twice, it's variable starting transducers kick in to make sure it never reiterates how it started before. :lol:

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guesswho512    2
guesswho512

t's variable starting transducers kick in to make sure it never reiterates how it started before. :lol:

i thought those came off with the CAT and muffler :lmao:

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ISX    58
ISX

i thought those came off with the CAT and muffler :lmao:

No, they are part of the muffler bearing design which I left hooked up. I read that they were an intricate part of the entire principle of an "efficient diesel engine". I do need to repack them though.

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guesswho512    2
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No, they are part of the muffler bearing design which I left hooked up. I read that they were an intricate part of the entire principle of an "efficient diesel engine". I do need to repack them though.

maybe i should have left my muffler bearings on, then i could have swapped a 12v variable starting transducers into my truck, and use it to refill my blinker fluid

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Terry C    0
Terry C

maybe i should have left my muffler bearings on, then i could have swapped a 12v variable starting transducers into my truck, and use it to refill my blinker fluid

Here is the best price I have seen on muffler bearings: MUFFLER BEARINGS You will need to keep an eye on this to see when it is back in stock: BLINKER FLUID

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ISX    58
ISX

Here is the best price I have seen on muffler bearings: MUFFLER BEARINGS You will need to keep an eye on this to see when it is back in stock: BLINKER FLUID

:lmao2::lmao::lol: The only thing they forgot was the magic sand :lmao2: I do need some of that seasonal air though :smart:

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cajflynn    7
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Here is the best price I have seen on muffler bearings: MUFFLER BEARINGS You will need to keep an eye on this to see when it is back in stock: BLINKER FLUID

I personally will only run synthetic blinker fluid. Has anyone seen a good price on a CAN OF HONK lately?

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