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Guys can you please tell me the best / cheapest place to buy one of these?
99-03 fluidampr..

TIA!

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Check out this thread for an ATI group buy...

https://powerstrokenation.com/forums/...ad.php?t=14732

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Yeah we need 4 more guys for him to order it!!!
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pure diesel power!

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Yup, Garret at puredieselpower.com is good people for sure
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Guys can you please tell me the best / cheapest place to buy one of these?
99-03 fluidampr..

TIA!

Tom. Call David on the ATI. I know you are a long term customer of his.......





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Go for the ATI, we use them on all our race motors - wider dampening RPM range and less chance of inconsistent Nth order imbalance...they are also rebuildable.

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Tom. Call David on the ATI. I know you are a long term customer of his.......
I'll call him...it finally happened..293,000 and it crapped the bed! lol
Just got the heads off today and number 5 is cracked the worst with a small chip missing out of it...all 7 other cylinders have cracks as well.
So new balanced rotating assembly, port and polished heads, ceramic coated everything, new complete fuel system etc etc etc...this doesn't hurt near as bad as my skid steer (case 85xt) crapping the bed two days after..two new hydraulic drive motors later..$9340.00 not including labor...can you say OUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 20K month no doubt...

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