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Old 12-19-2019, 01:30 PM   #1
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Need help finding parts to overhaul a nhh220 cummins.
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Old 12-19-2019, 01:52 PM   #2
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Need help finding parts to overhaul a nhh220 cummins.
Thats a verrrry old motor. Is it NA or turbo? Seem to recall the turbo version was 262 or thereabouts. Hopefully some of the old timer bus guys on here can help you.
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Thats a verrrry old motor. Is it NA or turbo? Seem to recall the turbo version was 262 or thereabouts. Hopefully some of the old timer bus guys on here can help you.
Its has a turbo.
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Need help finding parts to overhaul a nhh220 cummins.
Pancake installation in a Crown no doubt??? If it's turbo'd
it's most probably a 262hp. And yes they are getting real
hard to find parts for, most everything as I understand it.
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Pancake installation in a Crown no doubt??? If it's turbo'd
it's most probably a 262hp. And yes they are getting real
hard to find parts for, most everything as I understand it.

I passed up quite a few cummins powered Crowns mostly on your advice, (That HP Crown in particular) but also because after EXTENSIVE research I could find exactly 0 places to find any parts for them.

Your best bet is to find a donor motor to source parts off and have them rebuilt before you need them.
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