Ok I was given plenty of time to put some thought to where I want to go with my wheeling rig the last week. I was tossing around the idea of a diesel Mog. Well the mog I'm interested in for a wheeling rig would have to be trailered. The other Mog I want would be just short of CDL. Neither are as practical as old Dollar for the majority of my needs and then there is a cost issue. SO I am burning some oil in my 350 and I also hae a nose up stall issue. I ran a cross a complete 87 Deisel burb being parted for VERY cheap. Motor is supose to be good. It was involved in a wreck is why it's being parted. Tranny is gone as is the radiator. Engine, hydro, plumbing and electrical is all there. This is starting to make sense. 22mpg trail rig would be sweet. I'm use to the slow already the 4.10's on 35's are goo for deisel. Hell this would make Dollar my second most echonomical to drive rig. /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif Dollar is about to be a oil burner. So how big of a problem am I going to have with a TH350 with a stock gas engine stall torque converter? Will a stock 4 core handle cooling this or is the Deisel wide 4 core mandatory?