24v cummins to mechanical?

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gimpyrobb

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A buddy found some 24v motors fairly cheap. Im wondering about maybe putting one in my deuce. Is it possible to do away with the electronics(easily? )
 

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Just do like the NHC250s are add a solenoid that will energize the 24v fuel.shut off solenoid and then just add the manual cut all valve for a cable above it. You can have the solenoid energize when the main switch is flipped
 

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Put a p7100 pump on it. Its mechanical. Sorry I don't know what generation 24v your buddy might be getting

If it's cheap it may be worth it. I would just buy an old school bus with a DT466 in it and go that way with the allison 545. If you didn't feel like messing with a stick shift anymore. Then scrap the bus for most of what you paid for it.

https://youtu.be/wasSUnNMFoA
 
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Just wire-nut all those wires together and it shoud work.

But, since it's a 24V motor, it should already be 24 volt...

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