This Tech Tip is one of a series we publish for the marine and industrial engine community. It follows earlier Dr Diesel Tech Tips about the Cummins B Series including Tech Tip #55: Cummins B Series Tachometers, Tech Tip #108: How To Order a Cummins Long Block andTech Tip #109: Cummins B Series Reman Exchange Engines.Read More
This Tech Tip is one of a series we publish for the engine community. It focuses on setting the protrusion of fuel injector tips for Cummins B Series engines. For earlier Dr. Diesel™ Tech Tips on the Cummins B Series engine see Tech Tip #55: Cummins B Series Tachometers and Tech Tip #109: Cummins B Series Reman Exchange Engines.Read More
A guide to identifying your Cummins A/Onan L series water pump
This Tech Tip focuses on the Cummins A Series engine. While we specialize in Deutz, Deere and Perkins engines, many of our customers turn to us for help with their Cummins A Series engine. It discusses how to identify the correct replacement water pump and gives a tip on how to install the pump. It is one in series of Tech Tips that we publish to advance the knowledge base in the industrial engine field.
Helpful guide for the Cummins B Series engines
This Tech Tip discusses our remanufactured exchange program for the Cummins B Series. We also indicate how to identify the Cummins 4B and 6B Series engine as used in off road, industrial applications. It is written for engine owners and engine professionals and follows on an earlier Dr Diesel Tech Tip #55, Cummins B Series Tachometers, which outlines how to install a tach on a Cummins B Series engine. Your comments on this Tech Tip are welcome.
This Tech Tip, one of an ongoing series published by Foley Engines, discusses how to order a Cummins Long Block Engine.
How to Order a New B Series Cummins Industrial Engine
To minimize our customers’ down time, Foley Engines now offers new replacement Cummins B Series engines at very attractive prices. These brand new replacement engines come complete, valve cover through the oil pan, plus the water pump and oil cooler. They are designed to get someone back up and running quickly, while avoiding the downtime of trying to rebuild a failed engine. As a base engine, customers re-use their old fuel system and other accessories including starter and alternator.
Helpful guide on installing a tachometer in your Cummins B series Diesel
Got a Cummins B series diesel but no tach? Surprisingly, lots of these B Series come out of the factory in truck and industrial applications without tachs. Our Dr. Diesel™ says that running a diesel without a tachometer is like driving at night without headlights. Sure, you can do it, but why? So here’s the skinny: