When we are watching the Dodge Cummins trucks from 1989 to 1993 powered by the first generation of Cummins mighty engines we are asking ourselves does it something really get better nowadays, ore they are just serving the engine as new with new paint on it?
And why we have this opinion? It’s simple, because the Cummins never showed weaknesses from the first generation when it was first implemented and is still rocking on the asphalt today leaving crazy 100 yards rally stripes! That’s the good old Cummins!
The truck on the video might look old, but now you know the rule, first ask what the power plant is inside and then judge, if it is Cummins 5.9-liter inline six-cylinders engine which can produce from 160-215hp and 400-440lb-ft of torque depending on the year when it’s produced, from 1989 to 1998, then don’t speak, just watch what he has to show.
We think that by now we convince you what the Cummins engine means, durability and reliability, so it’s proven many times until now, but each they is coming some new evidence that position the mighty Cummins diesel engines on the throne.
Watch the video bellow to see what we are talking about.