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Offline Irish_Alley

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Common part numbers for the swap and FAQ
« on: January 28, 2016, 10:29:44 PM »
These are NAPAs part numbers ill add other links later

(BK) 6021653 1st gen engine isolator

TS6469SB 24v coolant temp sending unit for GM gauge

TS6640 12v. Coolant temp sending unit for GM gauge (factory placement )

TS6413 coolant temp switch for warning light GM cluster

OP6640 oil pressure sending unit

OP6619 oil pressure switch for low oil light

NCF 72176 Ford master cylinder for nv4500 swap

Cs144 alternator wiring

Wire the field thru a light bulb or resistor. Just a key on power and charging wire.



Here's an economical tach drive
http://www.dieselpowerproducts.com/p-7611-isspro-tachometer-sensor-kit.aspx

and the pdf instructions
https://www.isspro.com/installation/IS060%20_EV%202inch%20Diesel%20Tach%20R5501,%20R5503,%20R5504,%20R5591,%20R6501,%20R6503,%20R6504,%20R6591%20revA_.pdf

http://dodgeram.org/tech/dsl/Facts/94specs.html some useful info

all this info is from  bajaburban (William)
facebook GM Square Body Cummins swap
And his Syndicate Chop Shop


Mahle Clevite Head Gasket For 88-98 12 Valve Dodge Cummins part #4068C
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Re: Common part numbers for the swap and FAQ
« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2016, 12:02:18 AM »
The following assumes you've upgraded to a serpentine belt for the CS144.


The Advanced Design AD244 Triple Rectifier alternator is more bang for the buck than the CS144... and it's stock GM just like the CS144 so you can go to any parts store and buy one.
You can't use the 2006+ two terminal AD series regulator without an ECM to control it but it can be easily changed to the 1999-2005 four terminal AD series regulator for use on older analog vehicles.
You MUST use an SI harness conversion pigtail with a resistor in the sense lead to the L terminal on the AD series alternator straight 12v will burn out the regulator. 
     
The SI to 4 terminal CS/AD resistor pigtail part #s are...  AC Delco 8078, GM 12102921, Napa EC82 $21.50 or Duralast 792 $16.99
 
Both the CS144 & AD244 will need a slightly longer belt than the serpentine CS130D or serpentine 12SI.  Rumors say @ 1"...  YMMV.

The AD alternators are much tougher than the SI and CS series and they're bloody easy to work on.
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Re: Common part numbers for the swap and FAQ
« Reply #2 on: January 30, 2016, 10:16:52 AM »
The cummins is a serpentine belt setup, this was actually for use in trucks with the cs144 alternator  already in them and guys doing the swap.
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