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Posted By handhewn Tuesday, August 06, 2019 3:03 PM
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Further info shows these injectors work with both single AND double disc pumps.
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As you guys suggested (thank you very much) I went to Just Old Trucks and sure enough I got the info I needed. These injectors fit early 30s to early 50s model H cummins engines with single disc pumps. Now I need to find somebody who needs them. Any ideas as to what would be a decent not gouging price? Almost forgot, what does "Model H" mean?
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Try going to the Just Old Trucks website, search for member Dieselsteveo and PM/email him your questions.. He is part of the Cummins historical team working on their 100th Anniversary celebration. There is a whole topic in their forums, Peter J's Place, about Cummins history.

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I phoned Cummins Inc. in an effort to find out what engines the injectors I had were applicable to. To my surprise they did not know! They told me to call my local dealer. They did not know either. In both case I was told the numbers were too old. I looked online under "antique cummins injectors". After many calls I found a guy who's been rebuilding injectors forever. He remembers way back they were used for old time smaller engines "190s or smaller he thought". He referred to them as "single disk, flange style injectors". I'm getting closer but not there yet. I do not understand why Cummins can not tell me. I am very disappointed in Cummins. This thread is currently on the "parts/services" of this site. Anyway, I still do not know exactly what I have but I'm getting closer. Problem is, where do I look next if I get no info here? Anybody have any Ideas?

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