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How To Build A Million Mile 12v Cummins Hauler (Part 1)

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The million mile 12v Cummins is dead! Time to teardown & rebuild. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/SubDeboss | Merch: https://debossgarage.com/merch Watch next, “Redneck Trailer Race”: http://bit.ly/EveOfDESTRUCTION We show you everything you need to know to keep a million mile Dodge RAM hauler on the road by rebuilding a "new" 250k mile 5.9 Cummins 12v 6BT. Follow Deboss Garage: Website http://debossgarage.com Instagram https://instagram.com/debossgarage Twitter https://twitter.com/debossgarage Facebook https://facebook.com/debossgarage Cummins 6BT Rebuild Kit: https://kit.com/debossgarage/5-9-cummins-12v-6bt-rebuild-kit Maximum Bolt & Nut Extractor Set https://kit.com/debossgarage/dg-toolbox/810371-maximum-bolt-and-nut Other links: Merch, Tape Boss & Car Parts: https://debossgarage.com/store Tools I like: https://kit.com/debossgarage/dg-toolbox Show us your build project: http://debossgarage.com/drivetribe Help us make awesome stuff: https://www.patreon.com/debossgarage Watch More Deboss Garage: http://bit.ly/DG_EngineSwaps http://bit.ly/DG_AutoShows http://bit.ly/DG_Reviews http://bit.ly/DG_HowTos http://bit.ly/DG_QuickTips About Deboss Garage: From American Muscle to Classics to Diesels, DG will show you how to build, swap, and repair anything with a throttle. **If the video was helpful, please give it a "thumbs up" and consider subscribing.** Theme Song: "Travelin'" by SWIB (https://soundcloud.com/swib-1) CC BY-SA 3.0 Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound NO WARRANTIES: All of the information provided in this video is provided "AS-IS" and with NO WARRANTIES. No express or implied warranties of any type, including for example implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, are made with respect to the information, or any use of the information, in this video. DEBOSS GARAGE ("DG") makes no representations and extends no warranties of any type as to the accuracy or completeness of any information or content of this video. DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY: DG specifically DISCLAIMS LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES and assumes no responsibility or liability for any loss or damage suffered by any person as a result of the use or misuse of any of the information or content in this video. DG recommends safe practices when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. DG assumes or undertakes NO LIABILITY for any loss or damage suffered as a result of the use, misuse or reliance on the information and content of this video. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK: This video is for informational purposes only. It is your responsibility to evaluate your own safety and physical condition, or that of your clients, and to independently determine whether to perform, use or adapt any of the information or content in this video. Any automotive repair and/or modification may result in injury. By voluntarily undertaking any task displayed in this video, you assume the risk of any resulting injury; your safety is the sole responsibility of the user and not DG.
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logical canuck (2 дня назад)
after carefully removing the wire harness...
Hunter Stanfield (6 дней назад)
why tf does the intro have a 4 cyl common rail in a second gen like wut
Jay S (7 дней назад)
Was the block soaked with any chemicals before power washing? What about drying?
MOSSAD SPETSNAZOVICH SEALOV (8 дней назад)
Yea! Very Carefully 1
Ryan Rich (8 дней назад)
One of the best step by steps I've seen...
nitram739 (8 дней назад)
That’s how Red Green would pull an engine!
Austin Morris (9 дней назад)
Nice Vid Deboss, Keep up the great work!
Tech head101 (10 дней назад)
Very informative video man ! Great video as well !
MadRhetorik (10 дней назад)
So loving and gentle..The supermarket music was perfect lmao
Billy Bill (11 дней назад)
This guy knows how to pull en engine
SteelBearingHand (11 дней назад)
Great idea with the ear plugs!
theKFCbandit (11 дней назад)
Got the Nebo handy I see
Steve Miller (11 дней назад)
I've wanted to watch this video since I saw the title.. After 3 days I FINALLY have time to sit and watch it! And now there's an episode 2!
The Go Fast Garage (11 дней назад)
We need more Canadians on Youtube. Just for the accent. I'm always shocked at the way I sound on camera. Keep up the good work. Killer fork lift skills. LOL
P PUMPED 24 VALVE (12 дней назад)
I don't think its a wise idea to use a wire wheel on any deck surfaces, flat sanding would be a better option. Also is there any chance that it is a 53 stamp block?, and that is why it cracked?
P PUMPED 24 VALVE (12 дней назад)
I had a 24 valve with 53 cracked block, that I swapped with a 56, I just wasn't sure if it was ever heard of a 12 valve 53 cracking. ? I guess it is a completely different stamp (24 vs. 12v.) and mine was turned up quite a bit @ 275000mi. With that many miles/hours on an engine, its had an awful lot of heat cycles! I was at a machine shop that had a 24 valve block( non 53) (run as a generator) and they said it had 80,000 hours and it needed everything done to it.
DEBOSS GARAGE (12 дней назад)
P PUMPED 24 VALVE not a 53 block. Just has 25-30 000 hours on it. Always a debate on sandpaper vs wire wheel. Wire wheel leaves less behind...
Stalin (12 дней назад)
Thanks
martin5263 (12 дней назад)
How could i get in contact with you about the harness that was in it at least the transmission part i been looking for one for a while now. Thank you
TurboDieselDan (13 дней назад)
LOCK-N-STICH will fix the cracked block.
Big Sasquach (13 дней назад)
Aint nothing like a good old fashioned cummins building video.
1961clyde (13 дней назад)
hey buddy a little trick for you - heat up then hit with a crayola crayon " capillary action draws wax [n then bolt will come out sometimes no tools just finger
BeanBot (13 дней назад)
water works to
Sloppy Mechanics (13 дней назад)
you look like a surgeon in that LE hat haha
MakeItDiesel (13 дней назад)
Want to sell the P pump, gear, lines etc?
Ronen Dex (14 дней назад)
I know you work on older motors (5.9's and the lot) but the 6.7 is getting close to 10yrs in some trucks, would you ever do a video about the 6.7 cummins. I would like to hear your thoughts on them in general (maybe a everything wrong with video or if its worth getting one over a 5.9?)
Malcolm Young (14 дней назад)
Rich, that's a cool hat at the start of the video....Can you make it a 'giveaway' when you reach 110,000 subs...
Pumpin Diesel (14 дней назад)
Cool video. That cummins kind of looks like mine. Hey is even the same year model 97. Check out the new look on my cummins. 😁
Jack Hembree (14 дней назад)
Wow!! This is a great video, I have heard that there may be only 3 cam shaft bearings, and if during the rebuild, will you install additional cam bearings? I have older 24 valve engines and would like to install stronger valve springs. What is your take on the number of cam bearings? 🙄
Bad Santa (14 дней назад)
In another ten years you are going to be one salty old bastard ;) Like most old mechanics.
Reece634 (14 дней назад)
finish the GTO
jeff edison (14 дней назад)
You disassembled that truck with such care and finesse lol. I’ve had pretty good success welding nuts to the exhaust studs letting them cool some then with great care and finesse put you impact wrench on it lol. Joking aside, I am serious about the impact. You just have to know your gun well and be easy on the trigger and let those “ good vibrations “ go to work. Lol.
Jeff Roth (14 дней назад)
So what brand of oil filters is recommended? Sometimes to get rusty bolts out, heat it then put oil on it while it cools- somehow the oil gets sucked in between the parts while they cool. I don't know the scientific explanation, but it works. Also save those dodge seats if they're not ripped.
Brechs (14 дней назад)
im so disappinted this engine did not make the 2.000.000 kilometres mark was routing for it shucks
Jeremy Smith (14 дней назад)
Distort the piston?!? Come on Rich you can’t actually believe that
Charles T (14 дней назад)
I picked up a 1985 one ton dully Chevy thats been in deep south texas all its life no rust anywhere also picked up a 98 12 valve with a 5 speed GUESS WHAT I'M GONNA DO
Always Will (14 дней назад)
Its amazing that such a crusty pile can still have worth
Mark Rich (14 дней назад)
I just redid a 24v with #1 and 6 cracked compression rings in the piston. Being a machinist by trade ive never liked the drill hones. I think the variation goes against what I was taught . Not to say its wrong or doesn't work . I just would rather send the block to a susen hone w/ 280 grit stone. Tell the new owner get a HE351 he will enjoy the updated turbo . It comes stock on a 04-07 ram.
brad baker (14 дней назад)
Perfect use of a BFH.
Alvin Fink (14 дней назад)
when you said yank, you meant YANK!!!
The Gulf Coast (14 дней назад)
How difficult is it to put a second gen body onto a third gen frame?
The Gulf Coast (13 дней назад)
DEBOSS GARAGE i have a second question. On my 3rd gen I recently had to replace the radiator. After I bought it I noticed it had two holes in it. So I brought it back to the shop and they offered to replace the radiator I bought and install it for me. I decided to just let them do it since they would do it faster than I would and I needed my workhorse. Well after I got it back I noticed a whistling that’s not coming from my turbo and only happens after I get over 2000RPM’s. It sounds like it’s coming from the drivers side. I’ve checked all my hoses and they look fine. I’m not sure what else it could be. Any help is appreciated and thank you for answering my previous question. Love the channel
DEBOSS GARAGE (14 дней назад)
I would imagine it won't be a direct fit but if you get the same length frame (ext cab short box eg.), making new mounts easy. I would think that ABS sensors might be a problem.
Manitoba Canada (14 дней назад)
Picked up some of those universal impact sockets as well ! They sure are handy , Great Video !
Dave Sogn (14 дней назад)
thats what u get for living outthere, no rust here in socal
psx2rulz2 (14 дней назад)
any experience with the cummins out of a nissan yet? curious
Dave Sogn (14 дней назад)
km wtf u mean miles
DEBOSS GARAGE (14 дней назад)
1.1m miles or 1.8m km (what the rest of the world uses)
Larry Mulalley (14 дней назад)
Was that a 53 Block??? save those Seat and Dash out of the rusty cab ! LOL I also pull those little soft plugs and each end of the oil galley and clean that with a gun cleaning tool!
MotorsAndMore (14 дней назад)
EXCELLENT VIDEO RICH THANKS!
cameronseren (14 дней назад)
Such Gentile Techniques
GYPSY400 (14 дней назад)
Deboss and 1puglife should get together and build a Good Dodge!!
Kasey McCleary (14 дней назад)
Been looking for a 12 or 24v for my excursion swap I guess the lesson learned here is don't be scared of a high mileage, crusty 5.9. lol. Seen some ugly ones so far. Question on block deck prep, was that a regular steel wire wheel? and I am assuming part 2 shows you going over the head?
Pat Matt (14 дней назад)
This would of never happened if was a power stroke.
Pat Matt (14 дней назад)
DEBOSS GARAGE Power stroke wouldn't make a million miles.
DEBOSS GARAGE (14 дней назад)
What do you mean, no powerstroke is worth fixing?
honda lover24 (14 дней назад)
Best tear down in the beginning ever
Trust kill (14 дней назад)
3 stone vs ball hone? Any benifits or drawbacks to either? Or just personal preference?
DEBOSS GARAGE (14 дней назад)
3 stone is adjustable for different sizes/tension where ball hones are specific to one size
Carson Fleetwood (14 дней назад)
Rich you have beautiful lips...no homo.
Данило Ђорђевић (14 дней назад)
I have a question, is it possible to weld engine block, or fix it it any way as is, without removing or replacing the existing? Because that crack doesn't look terrible. Thanks
DEBOSS GARAGE (14 дней назад)
It is possible and if it was in an expensive block we would have considered it. The proper way to do it is heat as much of the block as possible and weld it with cast rod. The weld shrinks at a different rate then the cast though and its hard to not have it crack after. Steel gets tired though and this block is tired. It has roughly 25 000 hours on it (excluding idling) and something else is likely to break. Sucks doing all the work to repair it and have it crack beside it in a year
ACDC5540 (14 дней назад)
Cant be tight if its a liquid
Austin Seubert (14 дней назад)
Rich I was wondering if you have ever rebiult a 4 cylinder Perkins diesel engine or know of anyone who has we are looking to rebuild ours but don't have many options to get ours rebuilt and are looking for info on how to do it thanks
DEBOSS GARAGE (14 дней назад)
I have done plenty at my old shop. They used to be a Massey dealer. Hit me up at debossgarage@gmail.com. It feel good to do a perkins again
rlund3 (14 дней назад)
This kind of video is what I love! Thank you!
Kenneth Law (14 дней назад)
now that's how you work on a dodge, only good thing on them is the Cummins, hit it with a fork lift and a hammer. perfect
Mark M (14 дней назад)
If it were a Ford you'd just keep it in the junk yard. The Chevy would have a bent frame but still somehow. It's crazy to see how everything around the Cummins was trashed but the engine is still perfect.
Richard Doire (14 дней назад)
Enjoy your videos
ARednecksLife (14 дней назад)
In some parts of your day today, Job-Activities it looks like you just having fun. I noticed you use the forklift to lift the head off on average how much does that weigh??
DEBOSS GARAGE (14 дней назад)
Head is about 125 lbs
fishingsgreat (14 дней назад)
When pulling the crank out it doesn't actually matter where you start removing bolts because let's not forget you have oil clearance say like 2-4thou so your crank is on the top main bearings while the engine is upside down!
TheCanadianBubba (14 дней назад)
Gas only in my resume', do those piston coolers have a much smaller tip than the opening on the saddle ? Is there a dedicated feed for them somehow ? seems like it would be tough to keep pressure up with 6 open bleeds on the main gallerie like that.
billy greenhorn (14 дней назад)
Great vid ! Lots of time/labour involved. They're called ear plugs ;)
wally twixter (14 дней назад)
I don't know how you guys deal with all that rust. I love living in Arizona!
TheCaperfish (13 дней назад)
we get the bonus  to have a new vehicle every 10 years , smell that sweet salty ocean air on a summer morning , and have 4 seasons , fall and spring are my favorite ,  could not take the heat of living down there
DEBOSS GARAGE (14 дней назад)
I'm starting to wonder that myself
rusty2029 (14 дней назад)
LoL. Sounds like porn soundtrack music while removeing the head
Dustin Ludwig (14 дней назад)
Your a Savage rich! Love your videos been watching for months now
Graveltrucking (14 дней назад)
Could have JB welded the cracked block and kept going, lol, not sure how that guy is keeping that old Dodge from suffering from orange cancer.
Kolton Kinne (13 дней назад)
Mark M That's the benifit of running a Cummins. As the motor leaks it leaves a nice layer of oil all over the undercarriage preventing rust.
Mark M (14 дней назад)
He's dumping gallons of used oil all over it to keep it from rusting. That's the only logical explanation. Thick wax coatings are good but they dry up and water can get into weird spots. The oil soaks deep into the metal and keeps it fresh for decades.
DEBOSS GARAGE (14 дней назад)
It honestly is baffling me how it is in this good of shape. Close ups of the truck will be in the next video
Captain Flubber (14 дней назад)
5.9 is a 12 valve right? I am 16 and just learning about diesels
B. Hoover (14 дней назад)
Captain Flubber yes and no. 5.9l Cummins were 12v till 1998.5 then they were changed to 24v.
Captain Flubber (14 дней назад)
DEBOSS GARAGE om thanks
DEBOSS GARAGE (14 дней назад)
Yes
DillonBets 69 (14 дней назад)
Weld it
DEBOSS GARAGE (14 дней назад)
So it can break somewhere else? Figured this engine has somewhere around 25 000 hours on it
Jared K (14 дней назад)
Great vid as usual
Robert Keith (14 дней назад)
Another awesome video! Love the Cummins content!
Brice Landry (14 дней назад)
What phone and case is that
DEBOSS GARAGE (14 дней назад)
Sonim Xp7700 and that isn't a case, that's how it comes. Its everything but bullet proof. Very durable but not a great operating system
Gerald Hawkins (14 дней назад)
Man awesome video im ready for part 2
OS RR (14 дней назад)
2:17 "Carefully removing".. Ha! I love it!
Austin Doud (14 дней назад)
Hey what do you want for that p7100
Austin Doud (14 дней назад)
DEBOSS GARAGE that's what I wanted it for lol
DEBOSS GARAGE (14 дней назад)
Customer won't let it go. He's thinking about p-pumping a 24V and I am pushing him hard to go for it
MoutainMan3000 (14 дней назад)
Heat and wax works well for me on cast iron.
Bad Santa (14 дней назад)
And your old lady I bet.
Jordan See (14 дней назад)
Easy fix don’t haul a trailer Poor old truck lol
750SX STEVE (10 дней назад)
Jordan See 🤦🏻‍♂️
Diesel Power (14 дней назад)
You should get an induction heater so can heat bolts whiteout the open flame.
Ren Höek (14 дней назад)
And cleetus McFarland is looking at trading in his Dodge that only has around 60,000 miles cuz he's concerned with reliability
Henchman67 (5 дней назад)
He’s just a marble mouth rich kid. Don’t think he knows much about much.
wade earnest (11 дней назад)
Mark M I have a lifted, deleted, heavy tuned 6.7 that gets driven hard daily and it a auto with 260k on it. Factory motor, trans, and turbo. 8 inch lift running 37 inch 22.5 Simi tires and gets 21mph hwy with the cruise control on and my foot out if it. Sounds like you don't know what you're talking about
Ren Höek (13 дней назад)
Kenneth Law hell if you fix the problem it's usually no longer an issue. I bought a 98 Merc sable had some issues fixed them it just rolled 300k miles and I'd drive it to Cali with confidence.. granted I'd rather drive my Chevy express with 500k miles
MadMachinist5.9 (14 дней назад)
Kenneth Law User error I'd say.
Kenneth Law (14 дней назад)
Ren Höek well of you also heard Cleetus say they have already had problems with it breaking down on them.
S Furm (14 дней назад)
Do you edit your videos yourself?
S Furm (14 дней назад)
DEBOSS GARAGE I shall🤔
DEBOSS GARAGE (14 дней назад)
I hit record, Aaron does all the editing. Check out our "how it all started video"
MadMachinist5.9 (14 дней назад)
Where's your paraffin wax?
skyknightdave (14 дней назад)
Lol love the Fram comment ! 😂
ZachBraps (14 дней назад)
When’s part 2 coming?
DEBOSS GARAGE (14 дней назад)
As soon as we can. The truck is running again.
Do R/C! (14 дней назад)
Do you have personal experience with a piston distorting because it was set on its side? Ive worked with a lot of aluminum pistons and have never once seen something like that.
Erik Biesemeier (8 дней назад)
Porsches too, and they seem to be reasonably reliable.
Turbo617 (13 дней назад)
That is a total load of crap. If it were true, every Subaru would seize as the piston and/or cylinders distort in the engine.
Do R/C! (14 дней назад)
Hayden Denard I see the same issue with cylinder liners. The only way the metal would deform is if it were pushed with enough force to enter it's plastic deformation phase and the weight of the liner itself just isn't going to do that. Maybe if you put a bunch of weight on top of it while it's on its side.
Hayden Denard (14 дней назад)
Bullshit the piston will not deform because there are multiple points of support CYLINDER LINERS will distort not pistons
Jim Zivny (14 дней назад)
Do R/C! I've done a lot also, I think laying them carefully on a clean surface won't damage them. Some guys are a little ham handed and bang them together or put them down hard and they get scratched, gouged and dented. I've seen knuckleheads ruin perfectly good parts just by not being careful or not giving a f#ck.
John Laird (14 дней назад)
Why are the pistons shaped like they are?
MadMachinist5.9 (14 дней назад)
John Laird Because it's a diesel. It's to promote firing/compression. The design in the "bowl" is designed to work with the spray pattern of the injectors.
spacebike (14 дней назад)
Why can't rob ferretti move an engine with a forklift that easy? lol
Jax Turner (14 дней назад)
spacebike I believe his name is Jordan
Chris (14 дней назад)
spacebike we all know he is not technically inclined like us. Moving engines and repairing things just isn't his thing.
Danger Ranger (14 дней назад)
Lmao Fram filter😂
M B (14 дней назад)
Please don't let that truck out in public again with the bug deflectors & hood ornament / scoop.
Mark M (14 дней назад)
I actually like those... I'm a fairly young guy and I think it makes these trucks look bigger.
Cody3232 Cody3232 (14 дней назад)
The humble mechanic. Keep it up bud
RAM TRUCKS (14 дней назад)
Dodge are the greatest in the whole wide world
Say No to Autonomous Driving (1 день назад)
Yea definitely not. Maybe the engines which mind you are not even theirs.
billy greenhorn (14 дней назад)
You mean Cummins is the greatest
Justin Schooler (14 дней назад)
Was this a advertising video for milwaukee? Lol
Kenny407 (14 дней назад)
They're great tools
Paulster2 (14 дней назад)
I loved the use of the alignment tool to get the 5.9 out of the truck ... :o) ... Classic!
MicrophonicFool (14 дней назад)
Whenever I see you hook the fork truck up to an engine, I always wonder just how many fucking times you have done that
Chris (14 дней назад)
DEBOSS GARAGE The running trucks come in. The good parts come off, the dodge parts go to the scrap yard. Just the way it should be haha :)
DEBOSS GARAGE (14 дней назад)
Believe it or not, this is the first Dodge I have put an engine back in to...
HOTRODRICH (14 дней назад)
Tasty hat
Alan (14 дней назад)
Fram wrecked a lot of these engines in the early 90s. They upgraded the filters to prevent this.
trythisiptv (14 дней назад)
Don't get me wrong, I'm just sharing my experiences, I haven't seen a fram filter destroy an engine either, but I have seen them come incredibly close multiple times. Just a month or two ago a family member brought their car to me for shocks, and it had a little funny sound at idle. Turns out the fram filter was severely restricting oil flow, enough to make a nasty lifter tap at idle but not enough to trigger the idiot light. The glue at the filter material seam came loose and there was no metal crimped around it like a wix filter has, so the material began coming loose until it began to plug up the oil passages. Obviously they would be out of business if every filter failed, and many don't, my dad has used fram filters for decades, and only stopped once he saw that filter clog oil passages and my cut apart filters to see the difference. I know I won't change anyone's opinion, nor am I trying to, but in the same breath, I'm not about to start using fram filters now either. I know people who have $100 ebay turbos running 30+ psi for years on their cars and trucks. I also know my luck will never support such behavior, Either I'm terribly rough on stuff or just have awful luck but I prefer to avoid the risk of ultra-cheap parts, filters, or anything that will take my expensive engines with them if they fail. No made in china injector nozzles for me.
Alan (14 дней назад)
trythisiptv I've been using fram filters for almost a decade and haven't seen one engine blow up because of one. My uncles Honda Accord has 240K on fram filters and conventional oil.
trythisiptv (14 дней назад)
I have long said I wouldn't buy an engine if it had a fram filter on it, and I've refused to use fram filters when family or a customer brings one for an oil change. Generally speaking I use wix xp filters on my stuff, and my customers stuff. However I have been tempted to try the lf9028 I believe it is on my trucks. Supposedly very good filter, costs around $30 though vs about $10 for the wix xp, big jump up from a $4 fram deal, but with the money I spend on my truck and the money it makes me, I feel like i can afford a few extra bucks to protect it.
Mark M (14 дней назад)
Nope the cheap orange cans are just as bad as they were back then. I trust Mobil1 for basic filtration. If you want your 5.9 to last forever go with the LF9028 or similar 2 stage full flow and bypass filter.
Don Olypopper (14 дней назад)
Alan yep, fram is pure garbage.
Michael Jacyno (14 дней назад)
"Oh comon, let go" *BAM*!!!! lol
MrJimmyPenguin (14 дней назад)
Nice!
asv (14 дней назад)
First!
RAM TRUCKS (14 дней назад)
asv Gayness

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