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Need to ID an Isuzu Engine


Created On Thursday November 22, 2012 15:36 Diesel Talk
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I have an engine from a thrash compactor with the following information. I need to know what engine, transmission. and rear end I have.

These is the information I was able to get from the trucks ID tag:

Chevrolet Diesel 40 Tilt Master
Isuzu 99 ( or possibly 98)'
Engine tag: R94 074 0044
Body Tag: Isuzu Motors Ltd Japan
Vin: JL 7006049
M.D. NPC 7 SC AB/JA
Trans:RMK ( Auto- has a PTO)
Engine: LJ6
RR axle:G73 Final:R42
B color/trim 844/108
Options: ef2 ksi 61-1R 6HS

J- Japan Manufacture


Any information you can give me will be appreciated. I am planning on mounting this engine on a 1939 Chevrolet grain truck. The transmission has a Hydraulic pump mounted. I need information on how to wire the engine and transmission. I need to find out where I can purchase the manuals.

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