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Old 02-26-2010, 07:56 PM
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240D Questions Front Sump????

Hello,

I am new here and was searching for info when I came across it. Nice forum.

Are there any members out there who have "rear-sumped" the 240 or 300 diesel engines ?

I'm looking for real experienced answers. Ideas are great but nowhere as good as hearing from someone who has been there, done that.

I have a 1982 S-10 I want to dieselize with a MB engine. The chassis is rebuilt to hold the weight as I was going to drop-in a SBC.
I've owned a MB 240d and a 300SD and liked them both very much.

In NJ where I live I have the S-10 tagged as a "historic" vehicle so, no more inspections, ever. Also, the donor car is a 1982 240D, so no government problems as far as registration in more finicky states.

I'd really appreciate ANY help you can give with planning this.

Thanks,

Dan
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Old 02-28-2010, 11:15 AM
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4btswaps.com has a s10 swap also how to use the jtr adapter for a easy driveshaft.
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Old 02-28-2010, 11:52 AM
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Are there any members out there who have "rear-sumped" the 240 or 300 diesel engines ?
Not really possible due to location of the oil pump.
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Old 02-28-2010, 12:00 PM
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I agree with Eric and will add that the actual oil pump extends down into the sump unlike on a chevy which has the pump mounted up high and just a tube coming down into the sump. I should think relocating it to a different sump position would be very difficult.
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