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Beans Diesel Billet Tappet Cover - 89-02 Dodge Cummins

Thoroughbred Sku #: BDP210105
Manufacturer Sku #: 210105

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Product Name: Beans Diesel Billet Tappet Cover
Manufacturer: Beans Diesel
Manufacturer Part #: 210105
Thoroughbred Diesel Part #: BDP210105
Fitment Notes: 1989-2002 Dodge Cummins

Bean Machine billet aluminum tappet cover works with VE, VP and P-Pump Cummins engines without cutting or grinding! It features a built in internal baffles that helps keep the oil inside the crankcase where it belongs! It utilizes an o-ring seal for a guaranteed leak free install instead of messy silicone or the OEM seal.

Beans Diesel Billet Tappet Cover Features:

  • Works with VE,VP and P-Pump Cummins Engines
  • Built in Internal Baffle
  • O-Ring seal for guarantee leak free install
  • For more information on Beans Diesel call us at 1-859-737-4966

Included in the Kit:

  • Tappet Cover
  • O-Ring
  • Bolts
  • Washers
  • ECM Mount Kit


  • How do I block off those vent holes? I’m not running a catch can.

    Hunter Schubert | 4/8/2024

    The internal baffles should keep the oil in the crankcase. Catch Is only needed in higher horsepower applications.

  • What are the fitting size. I’m wanting to run a catch can but don’t know the size of fitting to get

    Cory Wright | 7/27/2022

    Built in internal baffle With 2 Ports that are  -12 ORB

  • What are the torque recommendations for bolts and do they require any thread sealant or loctite thanks

    Rick Lopez | 5/15/2022

    17ft lbs no sealant required.

  • so, is there any grinding or modifications required for fitmit near injection pump bracket?

    jimmie brown | 12/31/2020

    No modifications required.

  • Do you sell a kit with fittings that thread into the vent holes? or do you have recommendations as to how to mount hose fittings and hoses to the vent ports to prevent oil from escaping on to the block? Curious at to what the best route is

    Danger | 12/1/2020

    No, excessive blow by situations require hose and catch can applications.