I am using the 2. Mine won't have the cummins in it already though. Simply remove your single wheel and tire and mount the conversion hub in the single wheels place. This is advertised locally — reserve right to remove from auction if sold. Other than that and the things already mentioned above, should be pretty straight forward. As far as the drive-train goes, a higher stall torque converter would be a good idea, and numerically higher gear ratios will go a long way toward restoring stock acceleration if you're using larger diameter tires.
It took me a little over an hour to change mine out. If you live in a high humidity area and you let your fuel tank… to replace pinion shaft seal you need to drop the drive shaft from the rear end then with large socket remove pinion nut from front of yoke remove yoke remove old pinion seal install new pinion seal reinstall yoke and pinion nut to specified torque re install drive shaft note now is the time to check and see if U-joints need replacing I would check your cam shaft position sensor. I converted this 1993 F-350 Dually Crew Cab truck over three years ago. Your dually front 60 will not be cheap. The ride is night and day difference.
To develop this kit we worked closely with the people that matter the most, you guys! Most F350 owners find it easier to replace the entire front clip, but that's up the the individual. It was very easy to install and the customer service was top notch. The entire modification centers around your new transfer case, so that should be the first thing installed. If so, no problem converting to 4wd. Will easily fit 40s under my truck now. With this kit, you can bolt on our conversion hangers using existing holes in your frame and clear all factory bumper mounts and components.
This site best viewed 1024x768 or larger screen resolution with the Newest Version of Firefox or Internet Explorer This site © Copyright 2019 RamchargerCentral. There team didn't have all the answers to a complete lift for my truck but I figured it out and didn't cut any corners. The kit is available in 3 different lift heights. Thanks again and all my obs trucks will get this mod! Rick Rick, Just so I understand - your D350 is already a Cummins? With that change, the truck is no longer fighting against itself when it hits bumps on the road. Red bottle pictured is loctite. I am very happy with how the truck rides now.
The conversion hub will give you the proper spacing and convert the vehicle from a stud piloted to a hub piloted mounting for dual wheels. It has clean Kansas Title. If they are the same then I think you will be fine. This was a recall item for 2002 f250 super duty diesel 7. So why not join us? It has served as an excellent workhorse. The conversion kit will come with all the pieces need to complete the job, wheel packages are also available.
Chrysler Corporation in no way endorses or is affiliated with this site. They are 3 inches wide where as the factory dodge springs are 2. Then you need to remove the axle bolts on the end of the hub and slid axle out. This truck will be easily ready to drop your own Cummins in. Com is displayed with the owners permission Mopar, Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, Jeep, Eagle, and the Pentastar emblem are registered trademarks of the Chrysler Corporation.
I plan on doing this myself pretty soon to a late 70's era crew cab. Superduty springs and spring eyelet bolts are not included. Truck is in Trego Wisconsin. Is the 2wd frame strong enough to support the diesel with leaf springs? No more harsh thuds in the cab. The kit fit great and all the bolt holes lined right up. At your fuel filter housing there should be a valve that will allow you to drain off fuel. It is held by three screws which can be a little tricky to get in and out since it is in a rather cramped space.
The ride is amazing, especially on those fast hard highway bumps where normally your head would hit the roof. If it is diesel, it is in the passenger side of the motor up by where the transmission mounts. Consider a little engine work. This is accomplished through the use of a longer Superduty spring and the relocation of the shackle to the rear of the spring. Drain off whenever you change your filter and clean the sensor. Ford trucks and vans are well known for their versatility, off-road prowess and on-road manners, but one aspect of Ford's do-it-all model line is often overlooked. I am working on converting a 2006 F-350 Powerstroke and taking the 5.
The kit comes complete with the front hangers and rear shackles and all needed assembly hardware. The only thing I would have changed was I should have added the hitch and tow ring option! Truck is running along fine and then just shuts down for no apparent reason. For trucks that are wanting to install an intercooler, we have designed the kit with optional bolt locations to allow additional clearance for most intercoolers end tanks. I was planing on using leaf springs from a Ford F350 4X4 front. There is no aluminum in any adaptor.
The front suspension is where most of your fabrication work is going to take place; F350 and 250 models will require complete removal of everything that moves, so be prepared for some torch time. There are two routes to go for when choosing a transmission and transfer case. The adaptors are designed to mount directly to your existing axle stud requiring no modifications on your part. There is a nut with 4 slots in it that hold the hub and rotor on you need a spindle socket to remove. This is the lift amount of the kit itself. Aftermarket exhaust and intake systems are a given, but you might want to think about going a little further with higher compression pistons and a set of headers. The frame has little rust.