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HELP.. what type of engine is this? nhs??


Created On Friday December 11, 2009 01:41 Diesel Talk
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rich
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Note Friday December 11, 2009 01:41 View thread in raw text format
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bought this cummins engine at a surplus auction and have no idea what size or year it is. has some tags on the crate that says cocooned sep 1953. can anyone help identify it? thanks for any help.

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Edited: Friday December 11, 2009 at 01:49 by rich
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sinodiesel
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wow, your Cummins engine is really old, i have no idea about these. I am working in an international trading company, which is mainly focus on diesel engines.
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Edited: Monday December 14, 2009 at 07:04 by sinodiesel
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huppypuppy
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Note Wednesday March 24, 2010 03:00 View thread in raw text format
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Rich,

I believe this to be a NH-series "iron lung" Cummins - someone out there may be able to correct me if I am wrong! Have a look at the first photo - the item on the right on this side of the engine is the supercharger! These were predomiantely fitted to the "bullnose COE" Kenworths!

Joe

Edited: Wednesday March 24, 2010 at 03:05 by huppypuppy
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JoeZ
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Definately not an "NH" engine. Intake and exhaust for a NH is not on the same side like this engine. This has to be specifically an industrial or marine engine. The "iron lung" was like a "NHRS6" but the fuel delivery lines were on the left as well as the intake. The exhaust was on the right and it had a single supercharger. Back in the stone ages when I was a young mechanic, I worked on the automotive flavor of the supercharged engine. Only ever saw them in KW and Autocar's.....

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HellForStout
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Sir,

It appears that you have an old model HS with a very old Clessie Cummins Single Disk Pump (built I think from 1929 - Late 1940's; refer to Lyle Cummins's book The Diesel Odyssey of Clessie Cummins). Your pump seems to be the version used on applications that did not have a compressor nor does your unit have a the hydraulic governor of the other versions. I have a few of these old H's (not NH, Hs are older) and can most likely tell you what year yours is for sure if you send me the ESN or block number if you can locatd it. I would also like to regieter your engine in the Cummins Legacy Resitry that I am pulling together. Feel Free to email me at Ben.Schulte@yahoo.com.

Regards,

Ben

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Hi sir,

Its great news that your company works on Cummins engine, actually I work on Cummins engines, troubleshooting with Insite 7 software and overhauling Cummins engine.

We have experience on QSB, QSC, QSL, QSM and QSX, QSK19, all of them are in field of construction and mining equipment.
We tend to develop our cooperating, and we would like to find any supplier for Cummins parts or engine main body, and also we like to focus on assembly Cummins engine and generator sets, if you or your company can help us, it should be appreciated.

Look forward to hear you

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Edited: Tuesday June 08, 2010 at 04:06 by Babakvakili
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