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Old 02-27-2013, 04:28 PM
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cummins 5.9 and 6.7 dimensions?

i would like to know what the dimensions for the 6bt,ISB,5.9 common-rail and 6.7 are?
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Old 02-27-2013, 06:37 PM
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dimensions

Well good luck, lol. There are so many different setups on the 5.9 i wouldnt be suprised if every answer is different. Could u be a bit more specific for what ur looking for? The 6bt was used in dodge trucks, and ford commercial trucks(f600 is one) among others. An example of dimensional differences:the 89-93 dodge cummins is almost 2 inches shorter than the 94 and up because they use a different clutch fan/mount. And depending on which exhaust manifold/turbo u use the width can vary by 12 inches. Another example: My 4bt had the turbo above the valve covers, but i flipped it for hood clearance, making the engine 8 inches wider. I am unfamiliar with the 6.7 soo I'm of no help there. Sorry
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Old 02-27-2013, 07:01 PM
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Well good luck, lol. There are so many different setups on the 5.9 i wouldnt be suprised if every answer is different. Could u be a bit more specific for what ur looking for? The 6bt was used in dodge trucks, and ford commercial trucks(f600 is one) among others. An example of dimensional differences:the 89-93 dodge cummins is almost 2 inches shorter than the 94 and up because they use a different clutch fan/mount. And depending on which exhaust manifold/turbo u use the width can vary by 12 inches. Another example: My 4bt had the turbo above the valve covers, but i flipped it for hood clearance, making the engine 8 inches wider. I am unfamiliar with the 6.7 soo I'm of no help there. Sorry

im talking about the dodge 6bt. thanks for the feedback.
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Old 03-01-2013, 10:50 PM
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The 5.9 (VE, 12 valve P pumped, 24 valve, ISB, QSB, and commonrails) and 6.7s are all 6Bs. The 6B just denotes a 6 cylinder in the B series of motors. Dpepending on the accessories, heads, fun clutch, hydraulics, etc, etc ,etc there is a huge variation in overall dimensions.
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