Originally Posted by zetan
Today I scored a DB2 4153 J-code IP for $27 from a '83 GMC crew cab dually. Given the clean nature of the fuel that poured out I'd say it's not dead yet. Got the J code split plenum manifold, both fuel filter housings,
water crossover, and glow plug relay. When I turned the crank over to get at the IP bolts I could feel the crunchiness of the bearings. Slip/stick/slip/stick.
Got 4 coarse thread long injectors, but the other 4 are not worth the effort of pulling the AC system. Unless anyone wants the AC brackets? The top bracket bolted to the intake manifold - one of the bolt ears broke of.
No starter or bracket, sadly.
Sounds like you got a hell of a nice score! I wish there were more diesels in the junkyards around me.
Originally Posted by turbonator
How much total cash outlay ? It is still a little cold here for Saturday morning junkyard picnics....LOL. We do them here in the yard close to the wood stoves....(got a 94...ex-cab 6.2L in yard now...did a 2000 Grand Am last week).
BTW, did you think to pull valve covers to check for the cast rocker assemblies ?
Whats the gauge cluster look like in the '94? haha If its diesel specific and you want to let it go PM me.
Blue 1990 GMC K2500 Camper Special, 6.2L "J" code
NV4500 5spd. 243,000 miles - Resting in pieces in truck heaven
White 1988 GMC Jimmy. 6.2L "C" Code 700R4. 64,000 miles.
Got stolen and rolled.....Will be greatly missed
Blue 1992 Chevy K2500 Ext. Cab Long box.
Mechanical 6.5 GM-1 turbo w/turbo master.
NV4500 5 spd
Blue 1985 Chevy K10 Regular Cab Long box.
SM465 4spd Currently getting the 6.2 from the Jimmy