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Diesel Conversions Convert gas to diesel, or convert to a 6.2/6.5/Duramax/Cummins/Navistar/Isuzu/Perkins/Detroit/or ... diesel engine. Go here to see completed projects, works in progress, share your conversion or ask the experts.

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Old 12-28-2009, 08:51 PM
GordonMarks GordonMarks is offline
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Location: Valrico, FL(TAMPA)
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I should have mentioned that during my conversion Jim's book was priceless!! I had no one else to discuss the conversion with since not too many had tried it at that time. I used his mount patterns with some minor mods(which I forwarded to JIM) for the 2WD since I didn't have the transfer case to contend with like he and Ferman did. Mine could sit lower in the frame.
As I mentioned, I'd be glad to talk to anyone about the conversion-my contact info is in the other emails.
Gordon Marks
Tampa, FL
99 Suburban C2500 W/LB7
64 Biscayne 409 NSS
10.81@124.65 3920lbs.
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Old 07-20-2017, 01:30 PM
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I've added several links to Duramax Diesel Power Project page, that discuss the rear disc brake conversion and include more details about the truck's interior. Also, we've begun offering professionally produced motor mounts that greatly simplify a conversion. See the mounts here. Jim

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