Bullshit on craigslist.

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    I'd assume its a 24V since he mentioned frying the chip. Frying the chip also throws up a red flag as to the workmanship of the swap and therefore is now a parts or restoration price imo
     
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    Why on earth would you use an electronic diesel engine for a swap ?

    THats the beauty of a diesel is no computer crap

    A gasser runs better with a computer since it has to have 14.7 : 1 fuel mixture

    But diesels run with just about any mixture
     
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    I agree with you on that. A 12v swap would be prime but from what i see in my area they are harder to come by and more expensive.
     
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    What are the things on the PTO outputs of the tranny?
     
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    Even weirder.

    It's a Cummins in a GMT400 frame with a Suburban body sitting on that.

    I kinda like it.
     
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    Deleted already, musta been a real gem lol
     

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