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You'll probably have to put DEF in too.X2 Austen! Was watching a video on the Hino trucks, sounds very complicated to operate at times. Manual regens of cat required and many different dash screens to verify condition of truck? Did some research and think it will be a 235 instead of 268 as it needs standard brakes for non CDL. The 268 seems to be air brake only.
Just getting broken in! :2th: I remember you posting a picture or two of it before. Have you owned it since new?I agree with you Austen. I have been working on Cummins diesels since the early 80's and the older mechanical engines were always so much better to work on. My personal ride is an 1991 Dodge D350 with 240,000 on the clock. No ecm or DEF systems in sight!