Issue 75 (Feb/Mar/April - 2012)
Members, be on the lookout for the latest issue of the Turbo Diesel Register. It was mailed on February 3, 2012. I asked the writers to have some fun with the tried-and-true practice of newsstand hooks. However, ours being a technical journal, I’m not going to put on the cover some of the outrageous titles that I’ve recently seen. For example:
“Finally a Transmission That Can’t Be Broken
“Doomsday Diesel: Be Ready for the Apocalypse,” and my
favorite, “Sell Your House, Stop Paying Rent, Live in Your Diesel”
Call me gullible. I purchased the magazines. Upon reflection, the idiom “a fool and his money are soon parted” certainly fits the sequence of events at the bookstore checkout stand. The point of this rambling: I’d like to give you an honest and sincere thank you for your membership with the TDR. Your helpfulness at our website and the spot-on technical information that you guys and gals freely share with one another makes this membership group the number one resource for Dodge/Cummins technical information. Again, thank you!
Now, what is in Issue 75?
One year ago writer David Magnoli wrote “Everything you need to know about exhaust brakes.” In this issue he tackles everything you need to know about auxiliary fuel tanks. Both the exhaust brake and the fuel tank articles should be added to the Turbo Diesel Buyer’s Guide. Oops, while I’m at it, I should add James Walker’s expose on brakes and brake pads in Issues 50 to 54. Oops, how about air intake systems form Issue 56 and 59. Oops, how about lube oils from Issues 55 to 58. Wow, we have really covered a lot of topics. Also in this issue:
• New shocks and new seats in “Member to Member.”
• 67.5k service help in “6.7 HPCR.”
• Understanding new towing standards in “BITW.”
Writers Holmes, Dagleish, Anderson, Donnelly and Redmond give us lots of service, parts and accessory updates in their columns.
Enjoy Issue 75 and please spread the word about our membership group.
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