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Old 12-31-2002, 12:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Cummins To A 3035a

Can a 1995 5.9L cummins from a dodge bolt up to a 3035a spicer transmission. The spicer will accept a #2 and #3 bellhousing, whatever that means, and the 3035a has a 10 spline 1.5" input shaft. Any ideas.
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Old 12-31-2002, 02:18 PM   #2 (permalink)
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it will if

you have the right belhousings and flywheel BUT no the dodge belhousing will not bolt to a sae#2,or 3
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So I need to find an application where there was a cummins bolted to a 3035a. Any idea what these applications would be in?
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well

my f650 has one so I could give you the cpl and serial# and you could buy dirrect from cummins OR you could look for a schoolbus,a med duty truck a fork lift lots of industrial apps used a 3.9/5.9 cummins with the sae2/3 housings the trick will be the flywheel also look to get the starter and all the rest that is specific to the industrial stuff
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wouldn't the flywheel be the same other than the diameter, since all 5.9l diesels should be balanced the same way. I suppose if a junkyard had one bolted to a 5.9 then I could get flywheel, clutch and pressure plate, starter, and tranny, and all the other shifting apparatus. What years were these transmissions produced?
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some use a flywheel (for a clutch disc and pressure plate) others use a flywheel and flex plate combo for a autotrans/or power shift trans your best bet easy find makesure you got the right sh$t would be to find a engine with the trans combo you want OR go to cummins then go here and find out how to make more HP
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