1993 Dodge W250
5.9l Cummins 4x4
1st gen with factory intercooler
Everything is stock except the radio
5 speed transmission
The venerable 6BT Cummins was introduced in 1984 for various agricultural equipment applications by Case. Fast forward to 1989, Chrysler partnered with Cummins to offer the 5.9L Turbodiesel in their 3/4 and 1 ton Dodge pickups. The 12v Cummins quickly became a popular alternative to Dodge's V-8 gas engines, as the diesel generated nearly double the torque at low engine speeds and provided a significant increase in fuel economy, particularly while towing. The 12v Cummins, or 6BT, received an intercooler for the 1991 model year and the P1700 injection pump replaced the VE for the 1994 model year. The 12v Cummins is arguably the most popular of the various engine platforms that would follow as its simplistic nature and respectable performance characteristics are highly desirable. The 6BT was the first, and Dodge remains the only engine manufacturer to offer an inline 6 diesel in the pickup truck.
Vehicle is located in Dallas, TX.
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