Photo Gallery - Trucks
Click the pic below to see the 1974 Crewcab Ford Cummins diesel conversion.
This is one of our Cummins conversions:
1974 F250 4x4 Cummins ZF 5spd w/A/C.
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On the 79 and older Ford trucks you do have to at least clearance the front cross member about 2 inches. You can either lower a center section or just notch it out to fit. This can be done with out loosing structural integrity by boxing in the top of the cross member again after it is notched. There is a 79 Ford truck here local that packs a service body and pushes a V plow all winter with no effects to steering or frame whatsoever. If you look you can see how it is cut out. You can see how the frame has been notched in the picture below. In the fourth picture below you can see the ZF 5spd in view there.
Please notice how the crossmember on this 79 Ford has been cut. It has been trimmed about 2 inches in thickness in order to allow the pan to fit down far enough. this has not weakened the truck. As you see it carries a 900 lb Boss V plow out front.
Here is a 2001 F350 Ford truck with a 2004 Cummins CommonRail ISB.
Here are a few pics of a 1996 Crew cab Ford that had a Powerstroke. We did a Ford Cummins diesel conversion using a 12V 5.9 Cummins engine. These pictures are mid project but will show that you do not have to cut the frame in this truck. The Ford automatic transmission in the picture was removed for an NV 4500 but the Ford automatic can be used with our Ford Cummins conversion transmission adapters.
Here is a 1991, a 1989, and a 1995 351 gasser that received a 12V Cummins engine for a heart transplant.
Here is a custom built 1992/2002 F550 with a 2004 ISB Cummins engine and a Ford ZF 6spd 4x4 transmission.
We did not do the Cummins conversion below but here is a Jeep with a 4BTA