I didn't realize how long they were until one day I was at the shop working on Red and one pulled in, I finished what I was doing and turned around and it was still pulling in.
Glad I'm not the only one that has a truck with a black hole/worm hole/portal in the engine bay. The most helpless feeling in the world is dropping something in the engine bay and not hearing it hit the ground....:facepalm:Hi All,
Well steering gear (Redhead) is in and Bosch injectors are in. No more starter fluid needed to start her up. Engine and tranny both feel great. Front-end still needs some work but Dodge still has to do the 6 outstanding safety recalls so I will have them check the tie-rod ends when they do that and it ought ot fix the last niggles with the front end. Right now the thing runs strong and has makes itself known to those that are around it.
The truck is really sweet and I am getting the exterior next. I compare it to my 2013 1500 Hemi as the hemi when you steep on it says how fast, The Cummins says it doesn't matter how fast bu they best not in the way when I get there. Two completely different trucks and two completely different attitudes.
Diesel Auto Power did a wonderful job setting me up with the steering gear and the injectors. Engineered Diesel set me up with the fuel connector tubes and Pure Diesel Power had the connector tube retainer caps after I dropped one in the black hole that seems to exist in my engine compartment.
Have a great day,
If it is anything like the hydraulic controlled version and still uses a throttle valve cable it is adjustable to a degree using different cable adjustments. And for greater control there is a pressure adjustment inside the pan. There is lots of information on the internet. Search throttle valve adjustments and several will walk you through the steps.Hi Redtruck,
No tuner on it right now. Maybe in the near future but I like the way the truck goes, so it is up in the air right now. Is there another way to set the shift points?