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 05-22-2004, 09:53 Post: 86574
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How about a sign on the back that reads
This Cummins powered dodge is not leaking oil, it is simply marking it's territory
Think this will go over OK?






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 05-22-2004, 10:36 Post: 86575
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Oh no you don't. My Fords marked their territory first. No copycats allowed.






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 05-22-2004, 10:48 Post: 86577
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My old Shovel-Head Harley was doing it before Ford even knew what a Diesel was. Laughing out loud






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 05-22-2004, 14:51 Post: 86581
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Kwschmm
I was told you weren't marking areas that rather, the tranny blew, another oil spot was the ring and pinion flying out the rear case,then this, then that, ahh Ford..






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 05-22-2004, 19:30 Post: 86593
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lamarbur, you're not far off!






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 05-05-2006, 22:26 Post: 128939
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Fix Or Repair Daily Shit
Found On Road Dead
many anti ford things to describe their crap






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 05-05-2006, 22:42 Post: 128946
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Well my Cummins has not leaked a drop in the first 100,000 miles, can not speak to the second.






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 05-06-2006, 06:11 Post: 128947
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Dodge has done with an Inline 6 what Chevy or Ford have NOT been able to do with a V-8, that is More Torque and more Horsepower at less RPM.
If you have an Oil leak it could be from not tightening the oil drain plug, bad or dry gasket, oil filter not sealed or spilleage finding its way to the bottom.
Could be oil from a baby dinosaur looking for his mom.






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 05-06-2006, 10:33 Post: 128957
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My Cummins does not leak a drop either but is sure does like to leave its mark of an oily messy residue from the crankcase breather bottle. Now if I could just get about 4 of those new $65 lift pump kits! ;O)






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 05-08-2006, 09:40 Post: 129076
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"Dodge has done with an Inline 6..."

I think Cummins had more to do with it than D-C did.

The engine is superb, no question, but it was also a LOT noisier and put far more vibration into the vehicle than did Ford or GM.

It's a shame the rest of the truck wasn't up to the same level of quality as the motor was.

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