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Old 05-28-2020, 04:43 AM
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FOR SALE: OM606 , 603, et cet Rebuildable OFV -- Finally here !

It's been a long time coming, but here they are, finally.

OM606, OM603, and similar applications. Because MB had so many possible variations, and sometimes multiple variations within the same application, these rebuildable OFVs were made for most OM606s, OM603s, et cet. Please check the pictures before ordering.

These are for the OM606, 603s, et cet. Same modified spring, same enhanced fuel pressure increase as the OM616 and OM617 which have over 900 two thumbs up on the mod'd spring for OM616 and OM617 applications.

The pictured OFV is from a customer who wanted the rebuildable type for his OM606. You can compare and contrast.

$50 for each rebuildable OFV shipped CONUS. Shipped USPS Priority Mail with insurnace and tracking, & PP fees. This includes the upgraded, mod'd spring installed, new body. Ready to install. You will need to re-use your crush washers.

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Old 05-28-2020, 12:32 PM
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FWIW, the OM61x valve fits the 601/2/3 IPs and has the same dimensions. The bolt shown is for the 606.

It is worth noting that since the 60x engines lack a primer handle, the initial priming of the IP will be quite challenging unless an in-line electric pump is installed or the mechanical lift pump is dismounted and cycled manually until fuel flows out the return line. The factory OFV lacks any sort of a spring for pressure regulation, the pressure is regulated by volume flow against a drilled orifice on the side of the bolt. The spring inside is only to keep the plastic check-valve closed.

Just personal experience and a "heads up" for 60x guys. As a full disclaimer, I run a 61x style valve from Mark on my '91 350SD and formerly on my '86 300SDL.
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Old 05-28-2020, 03:25 PM
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I provided a general disclosure because I have had plenty of folks tell me over the past few years that the OM616/617 OFV will not work on the OM601, 02, or 03, & 606. I provided the prictures for application purposes. Not sure of all the MB applications and variations out there. I have seen some unusual stuff over the years. This will probably cater primarily to the 606 crowd. Although I had a lot of requests to get these made, I only have a limited number in hand. I learned my lesson the hard way with the SB project.
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Old 05-29-2020, 08:51 AM
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Is there any difference or benefit in running this over your OM61X valve on an OM60X? I'm wondering because I already have one of your OM61X valves and an OM603.
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Old 07-13-2020, 09:12 PM
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Old 08-29-2020, 08:12 AM
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Here is a picture showing the rough sizes. Your pump will either have one which is 1 1/2" long or 2" long.
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Old 02-13-2021, 11:45 AM
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I think I am down to my last one.

Received endless emails about engineering and getting these made, and then almost no interest.

Not sure I will be selling these any more. Just a heads up.

I think I will simply say these are only for the OM606 to simply things.

Last one (1) for sale now.
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Old 03-17-2021, 01:28 PM
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All sold out. Thanks everyone. Not sure when I will be getting another production run. There wasn’t a high degree of sale’s enthusiasm although I did receive a ton of interest before I had these for sale.
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Old 02-13-2023, 09:54 AM
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Found Four More OM606 OFVs

I just "found" four more in the garage while clearing out boxes. Not really sure why they were stashed where they were, but they were. This is really it. My garage is actually pretty cleaned out now. $60.00 shipped USPS with $100 worth of insurance. Shipping has literally doubled in the last few years. Same terms and conditions as my OFV spring which is listed on the diesel performance section.

I do combine shipping, and I can say these are really it. Sorry about the wrong messaging. I just found these while going through boxes.
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Old 12-26-2023, 08:07 PM
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Plaese pardon me for being late to the party!

Would one of your last OM606 OFV valves work for an OM603 pump?
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Old 04-04-2024, 09:10 PM
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Would one of your last OM606 OFV valves work for an OM603 pump?

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Old 04-08-2024, 04:30 PM
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I think my thread was high jacked. See above
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Old 04-08-2024, 05:39 PM
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Whoa, that’s weird. I didn’t notice it was a different name next to your avatar. Sneaky. What the hell man?

By the way I have an OM603, my ‘86 SDL and I don’t know what an OFV is.

One thing this thread has perhaps enlightened me about, I clicked on Diseasel300’s Recent posts button and I thought he perhaps passed away several years ago. I’m pretty sure it’s been about three years since I quit seeing posts from him. And yet here he is posting about a year ago.
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Old 04-10-2024, 09:39 AM
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I clicked on Diseasel300’s Recent posts button and I thought he perhaps passed away several years ago. I’m pretty sure it’s been about three years since I quit seeing posts from him. And yet here he is posting about a year ago.
I'm almost never on this forum anymore. I just turned 40 last year, I'm too young to be passing away like that.

Nobody here is interested in actual information or first hand-experience on anything, just coddling to make them feel better about taking an incredibly long time to circle back to the root cause. Like, if you're not willing to turn a wrench on your own car, why are you here?

I finally got annoyed by a couple of jackasses handing out downright WRONG or destructive information to a couple of people a few years ago and pulled the plug. I check in from time to time, but I'm not active here. I am building yet another 300SDL, but no point posting here about it.

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