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You will find the engine ID plate normally under the edge of the cylinder head driverside of the block.

If I remember of the top of my head up to 91 was an RVI 06-20-30

91 and up was an 06-02-26

96 and up was an E3-220ACE

All above were only MS/CS 300 series.

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Mid-Liners can be a bit troublesome to get parts for, as I understand.

I saw several which could be bought cheap, but the parts deal made them less attractive for me.

I would assume you could weasel any type of mid-size diesel into one...with enough time and money. The first thing that pops into my mind is a Cummins out of a mid-sized truck (ISC?). Those were used in pretty much everything at one time or another, it seems like. Ford used them in their F650 line, and of course Dodge used a butt-load of them. I'd bet the Sterling (still a Dodge) trucks had a few, too. Or, how 'bout one of the Cats out of a GM medium-duty?

"Eagles may soar, but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines."

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