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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-28-2007, 06:15 AM Thread Starter
 
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1998 Dodge 24 valve Cummins 5 speed 4x4 dually extended cab stocker
Going to convert to a service rig for the farm. It will be hauling fuel, tools, air compressor, and a welder. It will also pull some smaller implements to aid in the transport process. Air compressor, maybe 500-750lbs. Welder close to the same. About 500 gal of diesel x 8 lbs/gal is 4000lbs. Plus a whole bunch of tools. Towing anywhere from 1000-10000 lbs. Doesnt need to be a hot rod, but some more torque would be nice for idleing around the fields. Exhaust upgrades will be added soon. Thanks
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Logan, are you looking for something that is shift on the fly? If it is going to stay in the same tune for long periods of time, a programmer will be cheaper.

You will also need gauges, do you want something that comes with built in gauges or are you planing on adding analog gauges?

I just want to make sure you get the best option for your application.

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Well, I would be fine with just a programmer, but my dad thinks that when there is less load the horses should be turned down for economy purposes. I thought that if you upgraded and kept your foot out of it, then you wouldnt lose any mileage? And we have a pyro to put on ourselves. Shouldnt need boost with the stock turbo. If I can get some prices, then well see about the programmer vs shift on the fly.
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FYI diesel weights 7.01 ppg and water weights 8.334 ppg. :sofa

1993 HMC4 Hummer 100% Grade A Beef
4bt Cummins and a couple of other things.

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