Diesel Engine Block Repair
Whether you're driving a pickup, delivery truck, tractor, motor home, or school bus, your diesel engine block is your workhorse. For those driving a Cummins 5.9-liter ISB engine featuring a number 53 case, you may find yourself looking at cracks on the block. Though the reasons for it can be complex, they don't necessarily have to do with higher horsepower engines or heavier loads.
The diesel engine block repair experts of LOCK-N-STITCH Inc. have seen hundreds of examples of these cracks, particularly on engines built between 1999 and 2001. From this experience, they have compiled the information necessary to design the most effective repair system available. The LNS repair system for the 53 engine block on the Cummins engine goes to the heart of the problem. This solution allows you to fix it once and for all, which no simple weld will do.
The casting repair experts of LOCK-N-STITCH have developed a system of metal stitching, along with a patented reinforcement bracket that not only repairs cracks, but also stops new cracks before they start. With decades of experience under their belts, the LNS repair technicians offer easy repair on your engine, or simply the knowledge and tools for the repair so you can perform it yourself.
There are small ways to prevent cracks on your Cummins 53 block, but chances are, if you're reading this, you've experienced some cracking already. To learn more about diesel engine block repair, simply call LNS at 800-736-8261 or 209-632-2345. Or email the experts today at firstname.lastname@example.org.