Cummins Diesel Engine Crack Repair Reinforcement
Between the years of 1999 and 2001, Cummins Diesel manufactured a number of engines with a combination of issues that can result in a crack below the core plugs on the passenger side of the engine. Subsequently, many owners of the 5.9-liter Cummins engines have noticed that their relatively new engines have sprung leaks, even after only standard operational use. Upon further inspection, most discover that this leak comes from a crack. The affected blocks are identified by the number "53" cast on the lower front portion of the engine block on the driver's side.
Since the issue is a cast iron crack, many people turn to welding as a solution. However, it's important to know that in most cases, welding an assembled engine will cause additional cracks and even more leaks than before the welding was attempted. There simply is no magic welding rod for cast iron that will not cause more problems than it solves. Enter LOCK-N-STITCH Inc. The company feature 30 years' experience in repairs of cast iron and other cast metals, including hundreds of thousands of successful oven weld repairs. Their solution to the Cummins Diesel 5.9-liter engine block problem is two-fold.
First, they implement metal stitching using their patented C1 stitching pins. This is followed by the installation of their new LC59RB bracket for added repair reinforcement. The experts at LOCK-N-STITCH Inc. have traveled all over the world working on diesel engines of all types in trucks, ships, power plants and heavy equipment.
LOCK-N-STITCH Inc. offers this full-service repair as well as training in the repair process so that you can perform the repair yourself. You can also purchase any of LOCK-N-STITCH Inc.'s other patented repair products or kits and make those repairs yourself. Contact them today at 800-736-8261 or 209-632-2345, or by email at email@example.com.