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Resurrection of the dodges paint And back to stock power

Postby ellis93 » Mon Dec 01, 2014 6:32 pm

So this all happened last year and I found it after that freakish ice storm crap we had. Apparently water had been sitting under the paint and when it froze it busted the bubble that was there.
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And I've been battling this schit since I've owned it.
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This will be either an epic failure or a deserved refinish for a hard working mule. Either way this is the last damn time I mess with the paint on this truck :lol:
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Re: Resurrection of the dodges paint. Oh Boy

Postby fatty » Mon Dec 01, 2014 8:30 pm

Post lots of pictures of your progress. Hopefully it will motivate me to take care of my peeling paint before it gets too bad to fix.
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Re: Resurrection of the dodges paint. Oh Boy

Postby TheSilverBullet » Mon Dec 01, 2014 8:46 pm

My buddy's 92 is just roofing tar from one side to the other lol. No leaky leaky :D
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Re: Resurrection of the dodges paint And back to stock power

Postby ellis93 » Fri Jan 02, 2015 2:08 pm

Went ahead and decided to kill the power some more.....plus I need the thing where it's not slowly killing itself. I owned this truck for 10 years before having any issues and since I've messed with it I keep having problems. Mostly small stuff...several ujoints,head gasket,clutch....I'm tired of it. It's going back working class. Stock low mileage pump,lightly ground pin,hungry diesel afc spring/12psi hplp spring (no mo clicking reg). Also throwing in a new old stock cummins pump gear(had some issues with the old one walking on the pump shaft) timed back stock. No more high timing,just the 1/8 bump.

Still has the goo on it
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Hardly ground pin
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Supply pump spring
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I might get finished today
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Re: Resurrection of the dodges paint And back to stock power

Postby ellis93 » Fri Jan 02, 2015 2:09 pm

Guess I should have relabeled this tread back to stock-ish power.
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Re: Resurrection of the dodges paint And back to stock power

Postby ellis93 » Fri Jan 02, 2015 2:26 pm

This "good pump",ain't worth a damn. Leaks fuel and won't send diesel down one injection line. FML
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Re: Resurrection of the dodges paint And back to stock power

Postby CumminsPower59 » Fri Jan 02, 2015 2:42 pm

ellis93 wrote:This "good pump",ain't worth a damn.


Experienced the same thing when I bought a N.O.S. 205 pump....gutless wonder compared to my worn out 114 pump. Had to screw the fuel screw in quite a ways just to get the darn thing to fire, then was still a turd after a lot of tuning.
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Postby cmann250 » Fri Jan 02, 2015 2:48 pm

My Dodge must have had a special blessing on it. The closest thing I had to driveline trouble was a ballooned quarter million mile converter. I had every fluid except gear oil leaking, but nothing major. Ever.

Glad to see one being treated with the respect it deserves 8)
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Re: Resurrection of the dodges paint And back to stock power

Postby ellis93 » Fri Jan 02, 2015 4:03 pm

Whatever was phucked up in the pump straightened out and now it's sending fuel. Still slobbering diesel tho,I've got another but I swear I don't want to mess with another used pos pump. Guess I'm going to "reseal" it.....non intercooled pump.

Wonder what kind of hell I'll find swapping delivery valves out between I/c and non i/c pumps?
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Re: Resurrection of the dodges paint And back to stock power

Postby CumminsPower59 » Fri Jan 02, 2015 5:01 pm

There really isn't much going on with the delivery valves, just the holder, the valve assembly, a spring, sometimes a shim and a copper crush washer against the head. Pretty easy to swap, just really small parts.
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Re: Resurrection of the dodges paint And back to stock power

Postby ellis93 » Fri Jan 02, 2015 5:09 pm

Ike does the non intercooled pump really throw that much more fuel/more responsive?
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Postby dazedandconfused » Fri Jan 02, 2015 5:10 pm

Dam and I thought my old cab had windshield rot.
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Re: Resurrection of the dodges paint And back to stock power

Postby ellis93 » Fri Jan 02, 2015 6:48 pm

dazedandconfused wrote:Dam and I thought my old cab had windshield rot.

It ain't scrap it bad tho....well,with the pump thing it nearly is. I almost want to drive this bitch over the scales. 300$ pissed away
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Re: Resurrection of the dodges paint And back to stock power

Postby CumminsPower59 » Sat Jan 03, 2015 11:23 pm

ellis93 wrote:Ike does the non intercooled pump really throw that much more fuel/more responsive?


In my limited experience, yes. I'm about ready to do a rebuild on two pumps, a 205 and a 114 . I'll be doing side by side comparisons on certain important parts, I've heard that there is a definitive reason why the 103/114 pumps fuel a little harder at first than the 184/205's, and I want to see for myself.
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Postby DMan1198 » Sun Jan 04, 2015 4:38 pm

So since this is still something I have learned. How do you tell what designation the pump is (205, 114, etc)?
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