DETROIT -- Sources at General Motors Corp. say that GM Powertrain’s Duramax 6.6L OHV V-8 turbodiesel currently is being evaluated by military interests for certain vehicular applications to which the new-age diesel might be particularly well-suited. The all-new Duramax, launched last year for GM’s 2002-model medium-duty pickup line, has enjoyed such heavy demand that the Moraine, OH, DMAX joint-venture plant, which builds the Duramax, has yet to fully satisfy, says one source. GM ...

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