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Thread: Cummins Turbo Diesel swapped 2012 JKU build

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    Been Around the Block Bierpower's Avatar
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    I've been looking into the Cummins for a while so I was just curious why you got rid of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bierpower View Post
    I've been looking into the Cummins for a while so I was just curious why you got rid of it
    All the info you need is in the thread below.

    http://wayalife.com/showthread.php?t=36233
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    OK, so that's never going to happen. Exactly why I will never take my vehicles to a shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bierpower View Post
    OK, so that's never going to happen. Exactly why I will never take my vehicles to a shop.
    There are plenty of good shops in the country, just not that one...
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    I hope you are liking the LS! I drool whenever I see a V8 swapped JK.

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    Awesome build! I dream of having an LS in mine some day...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bones37 View Post
    Awesome build! I dream of having an LS in mine some day...
    Thank you!!! If you do MoTech is the company to go with!
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    Quote Originally Posted by captaintexas View Post
    I hope you are liking the LS! I drool whenever I see a V8 swapped JK.
    Why thank you! I drool whenever I start it up!
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    So now you love it? I thought you were suing?

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    Well the Jeep has been running well for a couple months now. I want to thank Wes at Trail Jeeps for helping me with my PSC steering leak, he helped me get the proper O ring for the pump to fix the leak.
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