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INDUSTRIAL VS HIGHWAY


Created On Friday September 27, 2013 18:59 Diesel Talk
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bighorn1975
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CAN A INDUSTRIAL CUMMINS BE USED IN A HIGHWAY TRUCK? SAY, 400 BC INDUSTRIAL VS 400 BC HIGHWAY ? ANY PROBLEMS OR MAJOR ISSUES TO BE ADDRESSED. THANKS
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Brent
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I haven't worked on many industrial engines but I would think it would have a variable fuel pump. Or thats what we called them. I would think fuel pumps and not set up for a jake.
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