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You can get most of the parts right redlinear on ebay for cheap. A 160 pump is all you need. 190 pump would be the best.

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Front gear case
Pump
Gear
Lines
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Linkage
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Top intake plate
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Fuel lines
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They have a few thing I've been looking for. Unfortunately they absolutely refuse to ship to Alaska. Funny, because there is a guy in the same town that has no problem selling me stuff.
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Keep the curtain rod handy!
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They have a few thing I've been looking for. Unfortunately they absolutely refuse to ship to Alaska. Funny, because there is a guy in the same town that has no problem selling me stuff.
Have it sent to me and I'll ship it to you
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Thanks for the offer bigreddog, but I'm having the VE overhauled. $750 is not a bad price for a reman. They can convert it to 230hp for an extra $300. I need to find out what they do for $300, it might be worth it, mmmaybe not.
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That is a good price, they usually put the spring in it and re-seal it for the low sulpher diesel, and turn the fuel up, and check all the tolerances and calibrations.
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Have it sent to me and I'll ship it to you
And BRD can ship it to me first because Im closer to you, and shipping would be cheaper. Ill try to make a list of what else you might need. Yours is a 91 isnt it ?
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Really want it to fuel .....have them put a 14mm head on it with a decent fuel pin.
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Replaced the FSS last weekend and it seems to be fine now. Ran it all week without a hitch. I haven't replaced the lift pump yet, just waiting for better weather. Got my replacement down pipe and flange, just waiting on my welder buddy to become available. Fingered out what was going on with the 92. Corroded KSB contacts from all the road salts lately. I replaced all the slip terminals with ring terminals like I did on the 91. That KSB make a huge difference on cold starts.
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Replaced the FSS last weekend and it seems to be fine now. Ran it all week without a hitch. I haven't replaced the lift pump yet, just waiting for better weather. Got my replacement down pipe and flange, just waiting on my welder buddy to become available. Fingered out what was going on with the 92. Corroded KSB contacts from all the road salts lately. I replaced all the slip terminals with ring terminals like I did on the 91. That KSB make a huge difference on cold starts.
Cougar, what's a KSB? Ditto on a FSS.

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PS. My truck is still sitting up at my buddy's place with the roof section partially welded in. He's one of my service guys and I had to send him on a job where a roof loaded with snow caved in on two of our machines. Not sure when he's going to be back, I miss my truck......
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