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    • By 4Play
      The date and location has been set for the ITD website photo and October dinner meet/BBQ.  Bring a dish, your favorite beverages, and possibly a chair or two.  The photo will take place first and then we will be following @MUDDY to a luxurious BBQ site. 
      The location of the photo shoot will be NW of Parma just past
       
      43°49'18.48"N, 117° 0'44.82"W
      https://www.google.com/maps
      Fort Boise WMA - Idaho Fish and Game - Conservation Department
      20847 Old Fort Boise Rd
      Parma, ID 83660
       
      at the end of the road near the river.  We will try to get our fearless leader @MUDDY to arrive a little early and post a couple plates or signs at the end of the road with directions to the exact location.  We are looking to get the photo shoot done in a minimal amount of time so please try to arrive at 10:00 am.
    • By millco
      Cummins 2.8L Crate Engines
       
       
      I can't believe you guys haven't told me about these!  I can see these going into lots of projects.......
       
    • By 4Play
      In case any of you are interested in seeing what your truck had for equipment when it was made:
       
      - Go to this website ---> http://www.dodge.com/webselfservice/dodge/index.html
      - Click on the link down the left side of the page that says "Equipment List"
      - Enter your VIN in the smaller search bar and click search
       
      :cheers:
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Cummins Made It's 2 Millionth Ram Engine

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Back in college (2009) We got in a new piece of equipment and it had a brand new 12V with a VE injection pump.........

 

Somehow, somewhere these iconic engines are still being produced!!  (South America?)

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place into an old enough rig and you are good if you stay out of that kally hell hole........ for idaho is that still 1980 and older or does that year model change as rtime proceeds?

 

law normally reads that for on road, the engine must be newer than the truck it is swapped into. emissions must be utilized for which is newer. ie, 09 12v would need a dpf in the states. when pulling commercial even with a 1980 W-350 with that new engine you might be ok in the 49 states but if placed into an 09 they would break out the mirror on a stick.

 

if you decide to do such a swap into a newer truck, please watch for those dam black suburbans............. modern day gestapo :fu2:

 

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