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Old 01-06-2011, 05:50 PM   #1
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Cummins 4bt engine

I have a Cummins (4cyl) 4bt engine for sale.This is a genset engine and I do not know the hours or exact running cond.I was told that it was good but the gen burnt up and it cost more to replace the gen than the comp wanted to spend,so Im sellin it as a rebuildable core.Oil is dark but no signs or water,engine turns free and still has compression.

Comes w pump,turbo,and alt.$1250.I also have a NV4500 adapter plate I'll include for another $100 or will sell alone for $150 plus shipping.Engine is located in Greeneville TN 37743 and will need to be picked up there.Email me at backwoodsparts at yahoo dot com,pm or text to 423-329-6277
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"P" pump, or "VE"??
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The pump has stanadyne stamped on it and it's a fixed rpm pump.It will need a pump swap for automotive applications.
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