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Cummins 220 Stuck (1948 Kenworth)


Created On Saturday January 28, 2017 19:02 Diesel Talk
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Got a Kenworth that has been sitting for around 17 years with rats in it and its locked up tight. Today we drug it with a 988, somehow only 1 dual was locked up which happened to be on the tag axle as this truck has no twin screw. Well aways it twin stick so we put it in gear and let the clutch out and guess what.... Its locked tight. Has compression release on it and that was open. I need some ideas on mixtures to put into the engine to free it up. Don't go to crazy please cause I'm only 14 so I don't have access to some crazy stuff but I can obviously get things like diesel, dextron etc... Basically anything from NAPA or Oreilly. Thanks

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