Grid heater delete

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Grid heater delete

Postby pulltilbroke » Thu Mar 18, 2010 11:04 pm

Just scored a grid heater delete(at east thats what I'm calling it) off a 4bt

Cummins PN# 3922484
90 W250 reg cab, Modified knuder valve, reversed reciprocting dinglearm adjusted, High volume flux capacitor,upgraded whirlygig, A clutch and a hitch
93 W350 ext cab dually, getrag and a few adjustments
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Re: Grid heater delete

Postby bgilbert » Fri Mar 19, 2010 10:41 am

You're lucky enough to have 4 and 6 B motors around to score parts off of? Sweet.
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85 D350 crew with 90 6BT intercooled Getrag 3.07's
93 D350 single cab Getrag 3.54's.
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Re: Grid heater delete

Postby 1STGENFARMBOY » Fri Mar 19, 2010 10:50 am

is there somthing wrong with just taking the grids out of the block and then puttin the
studs back in??? I did that last weekend and it seems to be working fine, please tell
me if there is a hidden problem with this.


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93 W250 STD CAB, AUTO 3.55, GAUGES, 80HP DDP STICKS, DENNY T ,16CM HOUSING, 60MM GILLETT, VE MAXED,BHAF, BHFF, 366 SPRING,P/S INTERCOOLER, TIMS COOLER TUBS, TIMMING 1/8 BUMP,4in TURBO BACK TO DUEL 5IN STACKS,33 12.50 BFG, HOLLEY BLACK, CONVERTER COOMING.
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Re: Grid heater delete

Postby pulltilbroke » Fri Mar 19, 2010 2:50 pm

Darwin, nothing wrong with doin it that way either a lot of people do it that way.


Bill, I know of a few guys around this area that have a few parts but they usually want to keep motors complete. I got the delete from Mark, it was just a few extras he brought out when I was looking to piece a turbo and crossover together for the old mans truck.
90 W250 reg cab, Modified knuder valve, reversed reciprocting dinglearm adjusted, High volume flux capacitor,upgraded whirlygig, A clutch and a hitch
93 W350 ext cab dually, getrag and a few adjustments
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