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Diesel swap parts needed

Discussion in 'Parts & Trucks Wanted' started by afroman006, Aug 30, 2004.

  1. afroman006

    afroman006 1/2 ton status

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    I am converting a gasser to diesel and need the following parts.

    Injection pump
    Injectors
    Glow plugs
    Exhaust manifolds (maybe)
    Fuel lines
    12 v Starter
    A/C brackets
    Vacuum pump
    Engine wire harness w/ a/c
    Cab wire harness
    Gauge cluster & bezel
     
  2. clarkjw24

    clarkjw24 1/2 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    I think you can use your same dash cluster from you gasoline truck. You just have to match the gauges with the correct sending units. IE the oil gauge needs to be calibrated for the corrosponding sending unit. Whether it be gasoline oil gauge and gasoline sending unit or diesel oil gauge with a diesel sending unit. Same with fuel gauge and temp gauge. I'm using a gas motor in a diesel tub and everything works fine because I used diesel sending units. I just cut out the diesel injection wiring from under the hood.
     
  3. afroman006

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    Ok cool, I was just thinking otherwise cause the CUCV's have a slightly different cluster than gassers. So, anyone got any parts for me?
     
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    [ QUOTE ]


    Injection pump
    Injectors
    Glow plugs
    Exhaust manifolds (maybe)
    Fuel lines
    12 v Starter
    A/C brackets
    Vacuum pump


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    I assume this is a 6.2 we are talking about?
    If so, I've got the above parts.
     
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    i got all but 1
    also
    Injection pump
    Injectors
    Glow plugs
    Exhaust manifolds (maybe)
    Fuel lines
    12 v Starter
    A/C brackets
    Vacuum pump
    Engine wire harness w/ a/c
    Cab wire harness MABE ???
    Gauge cluster & bezel (yes they are differnt ( for the W.I.F. sensors )
    all with my CK5 60 day $$ back guarante :-)
    pm me with what ya think is fair $$ wise
    Randy
     
  6. bigred81

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    Hello,

    Where do live in College Station because I am up here for the fall semseter and I know of a yard back at home that has most of the parts you will need. I have a friend who just changed out a 12 bolt 3.73 rear end for 14 bolt but he is hard to get a hold of because he is in the military.
    Send me pm.

    bigred81
     
  7. botboy

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    I have a vacuum pump I'll be selling soon out of my '83 K5 with a 6.2, the selling because I want a tachometer and I'm going to get a 89-92 6.2 pump & pod with the speed sensor and rig up some circuitry to make it work with a factory tach cluster.

    botboy60 (at) hotmail (dot) com
     
  8. Trevor

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    I have a complete crew cab diesel that has a running 6.2 with a turbo 400. It is missing the front axle, rear axle, and t-case. It was driving when I took it apart. If you want to drive to Gridley Ca. $700 for the whole thing.
     

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