Hi all, I have a N/A 6.5 in a 130 6x6 landrover camper, I had gotten most of the stuff ready to turbo it and then the head has developed a crack. Biggest problem for me in the UK is spares, everything has to be imported from the US. So I decide if I can't get spares in the UK how on earth will I get spares when I travel around europe/north africa in it. I suppose I should have thought of that before I put the 6.5 in it. I am now seriously thinking about putting a cummins 6bta in enstead, these are not out of dodges but alot of commercial vehicles use them so spares are not an issue. The truck weighs about 10,000 lbs and has a salisbury front and both rear axles, I think they are very similar to a dana 60. Now my question I have a GM NV4500 mated via an adapter to an LT230 transfer box, I know I can get a cummins to chevy adapter from a P30 step van, if I go this route what apart from the adapter do I need?. Alternatively I could spend more and go the all dodge route. NV4500 is only a couple of years old so dodge bell would bolt right up. will the gm 1.1/8" input shaft be up to the job if I go the P30 adapter route or should I go all dodge and get the 1.1/4" input shaft? the motor I have in mind is a 215hp model so it would be a shame not to do a few cheap mods to it. So basically will a GM nv4500 hold upto a 240/600lbs cummins for long? Thanks in advance for any input.