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Jim Osmundson wrote: snip >Hm, I have noticed the Cummins diesel and the 3000 make similar noises >maybe that's why I like them. Both share a lot of the same economical traits >if not attention to the esthetics of life. Freightliner uses the same engine >in the up to 66,000 GVW trucks that I have in the Dodge Ram. In a pick up >it's very satisfying to have all that torque on tap. Best of all with a >little tinkering up to 500 horsepower is available out of that series >Cummins. That should haul enough paper to choke most any 3000. Hey Jim, could you ask Bubba if he could post his Cummins Diesel adaptation on the list? That would be an excellent alternative power source to the standard paper transport drive motor of the 3000. I am currently trying to adapt the previously posted continuous feed method to a set of 10,000 gallon tanker trucks for large print jobs on the 3000 and a reliable diesel paper transpot drive would really complete the reconfiguration! Dan Culbertson - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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