This truck is ready to go to work for you. The suspension and steering have the most changes from stock. The mileage represented on this vehicle is accurate. It will smoke if given a lot of throttle before the turbo spools but runs clean if driven reasonably. I think the getrag gets a bumm rap personally- I abused the crap out of mine for nine years, and it started to make some noise, turns out the syncros were just plain wore out from all that use- no fifth gear failure or anything else they claim. I have one in my half ton and wouldn't trade it for anything. Anyone who operates a Dodge knows that when it comes to maintaining their vehicle only the highest quality replacement parts will do.
The interior is clean and in good condition. Feel free to contact me with any questions. Also since the truck came with that trans you know it will fit without a bunch of mods or re-engineering. Hello all, long time no see! And that's all fine and dandy, but those who know diesels, understand the major difference we're talking about here. I just picked up my new Cummins last night. You bought your W250 because its reliable transport and a trusted name agreed with your nature; so why would you settle for second rate when it comes to great quality auto parts? What this company has to make it special. There aren't too many diesels for parts around here, and I imagine that if one could find the parts locally, they would not be cheap.
If you find a deal on one I wouldn't pass it up unless it needs a rebuild. So why not join us? Buddy of mine at the junkyard cut me a deal on it. The headlights are solid and don't vibrate but it is not pretty when the grill is off. The truck spent some time in Alabama as well. Might be cheaper to rebuild what you have and then find a deal on a manual setup for later. I bought the truck in Colorado and then lived in Arizona most of the time I owned it. Also the truck runs cool, has functional ac and never overheats.
The truck has a straight front bumper and a grill from a 1985 d100. Cost may be more then it's worth. Used to see it hauling loaders from time to time. Chrysler Corporation in no way endorses or is affiliated with this site. It has a g360 getrag manual transmission with a np205 transfer case. Then there is the pilot bearing in the end of the crankshaft, auto one won't work for a manual.
It is old so it is faded and not perfect as well. Needs nothing but a new owner. The egts rarely top 1050 even though it is turned up a bit. I spent more than 4K this year on it but it also has in the neighborhood of 300-330k miles and has had three odometers and two of the odometers were broken for a period of time so the mileage is approximate. When the Dodge-Cummins pickups came on the scene, the light-duty truck market was changed forever. I am asking for a deposit of 100 dollars after the sale and payment within 10 days.
Vehicle does not show any signs of collision damage. It starts in less than two revolutions in warm weather and in cold weather it starts with a little throttle to warm up. The interior is clean and in good condition. However the truck has minimal to no rust. Hoping it may be cheaper than having the auto rebuilt? I have every confidence it would drive any distance with minor maintenance. Does anyone have a 94 up 2wd auto trans with lock up converter they don't need? Bedlined floor in the cab with a couple imperfections and a vinyl seat cover.
I'm sure that there have already been posts of a similar nature,but I had no luck when I tried a search. If your Dodge W250 transmission didn't have shifter linkage components, then it would rely on voice commands or some sort of automation. Plus don't forget to cut a hole in the floor for the shifter, and what about the colum shifter? The engine on this vehicle is running properly. Used to belong to an excavating company and it has a gooseneck hitch in the back. The title is sitting in Alabama with it and is clean. There are no electrical problems with this vehicle. My 2 cents it will cost the same or more to adapt a manual than to rebuild your auto or find a four speed auto and adapt it.
So I guess what I'm asking is can I use a 435 or some other common older manual tranny, what cummins specific parts do I need bellhousing and such , and how hard to come by or expensive are these parts? The paint is not in the best shape as can be seen from the pictures. I had it going up Death Valley at 75 with the ac blasting, the egts were around 900 degrees and it didn't overheat. The condition is not too important on the getrags or the clutches. Which unless you are really lucky and a manual bearing will fit, if not, you need a new crankshaft that was used with a manual. The truck rides well and drives well. And because cars don't do that right now, you should replace any of your bad transmission shifter linkage parts with new ones today.
The rest of the tranny would probably be ok, I have a 435 in an f-700 dump truck with gvw of upwards of 30,000 s, but the input shaft is considerably larger than the dodge version. It makes about 25-26 psi of boost and it has a lot of punch with the smaller exhaust housing. The mileage represented on this vehicle is accurate. Parts fit for the following vehicle options. The engine on this vehicle is running properly. Its is also quite a bit cheaper and readily availible.