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    Quote Originally Posted by davidb56 View Post
    there is a piston on bid/sale at you know where for a LDS for 55$. Also, isn't the LDT and LDS piston/liner set exactly the same? I was under the impression the HP was gained elsewhere, than from the short block.
    Yes, there pretty much identical. There's just the early style and the later style pistons as far as I've seen.

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    Cummins swap time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeepsinker View Post
    Cummins swap time.
    You just aren't gonna let up with that are you lol. And yes I had thought the piston were the same aside from he # of rings, my main concern was the dual vs single oil squirter design. I wasnt sure it the dual hole was better for the solid pistons to more evenly apply oil since they don't have the oil cooling passage to evenly distribute the oil from the single hole sprayer my truck has.
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    I see one piston and liner or a set of six piston, liners, etc as a kit.
    Part 57K1318
    NSN 2815-00-134-0077
    The set of six is interesting showing dual squirt thingies.
    Is that what you need?
    Part target says that is the NSN for the LDS-465-1A
    LDS sqirters.jpg
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    That kit is what had me wondering about dual oil squirters. If they come with the solid piston kit then I assume they need it for proper, even cooling. I wanted to avoid buying a whole set since I already have one new one and there's no returns on it, but it's only 100$ I suppose I could probably sell it to somebody. That kit looks like my best option then.
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    Got the heads all buttoned up today, really nothing else I can do now without the pistons. Gonna order that set of 6 and hopefully get this thing back together next weekend

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    Big thanks to gimpyrobb for the discounted piston and liner set, now i can finally get this project moving again. Gonna try to get the old oil sprayers pulled today, maybe get the new ones in, and hopefully have it together by the end of the weekend. All I'm waiting on now is the shop to get back to me on the injectors. IMG_20190916_153633542.jpg
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    Got all the pages I need printed out from TM 2815-210-34-2-2, thank god for the TM section here. Hopefully I can get this engine together this weekend, although the car needs some work too so we'll see. If I'm lucky the diesel shop will call back and tell me to come get my injectors without me having to call and bother them about whats going on. I'll keep you all updated as I start putting thing back together, and I'll list all relevant TM pages I used for this as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeepsinker View Post
    Cummins swap time.
    Yes. Ultimately we all will have to go to the Cummins once the old Multifuels are gone. That or the IHC DT466 (the old non-electronic style ) .

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    Not wrong there, for now though I'll enjoy the LDS while I still can
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