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Old August 24th, 2013, 12:30 PM   #1
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Default places to find cummins conversion parts!

Ive been looking around at diff companys that offer parts but they are really exspensive
Anyone kno of smaller mechine shops that make up the adapter plates and flywheels needed for cummins conversions? I have all the parts to do my conversion already but i thought id make a posting on Were to find those parts cheaper and to surport the small guys out there to! To make it easier on the next Guy doing this swap

Anyone got any places or numbers on Were to find the parts needed?
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Old September 5th, 2013, 10:40 AM   #2
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Your asking about machine shops in the area?

I think most of those adapters are well priced. Unless you have the material laying around and know someone with a 4x4 your probably going to end up breaking even or paying more.

You can buy from a reseller of the adapters locally to support local shops. They might even give the GL discount.
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Advance adapters can get discouted prices on other companies adapters, then sometimes local guys who deal in advance adapters can get you a fair price.

I would check with Jeeperzcreeperz and Ironman Offroad.
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There's a fellow member on here that gets them made up for 500 to 600 range depending on what ya want
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custom machine work isn't cheap
it isn't quick either.
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