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Old 10-06-2018, 06:14 PM   #1
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Dura Max in a Workhorse W22

I have 2003 W22 with the 8.1 L. A friend recently asked if I had considered swapping my 8.1 gas to a diesel when the old 8.1 dies (its at 100k miles now)
I did not have an answer, anybody ever consider this swap?
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We had a W22 for 10 years but never thought about it. We now have a Chevrolet chassis (Workhorse was a spin off) with a Duramax.
In between we had a Roadmaster chassis with a Cummins.
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I can only imagine how much work it would be to make the swap, including changing the rear end gear.
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