When deciding what to do with his now-broken truck, Rosonke felt like he should start from scratch and enlisted the help of Corey Streif from No Limit Diesel. The engine was rebuilt from the bottom up, including a new LML crankshaft, and would be secured with ARP studs and a girdle this time. The rods are also aftermarket versions that are much stronger (from Carrillo), and the pistons are Mahle forged 0.020 over stock. With the engine apart, it didn’t make sense to leave the camshaft or valvetrain alone, so again it was time to hit the parts catalog. A SoCal Diesel Alternate Fire Order camshaft was selected, and the heads were ported and fitted with upgraded valve springs and pushrods. Just like the crank, the heads were also secured with ARP studs to prevent blown head gaskets under high boost.