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Old 08-20-2017, 11:41 AM   #1
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Cat engine

I will be in Missoula MT next week and need my Cat 350 service done.New filters, oil and ......

Any suggestion on where I should bring my Rig.

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I was kind of in the middle of nowhere and needed some work done on mine and I found a heavy equipment Caterpillar Dealer who did the oil change and everything since it was a caterpillar they had no problem working on it but I didn't have the wait time of an RV dealership trying to get in to get serviced
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Remember the Cat dealer Business name?
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Most CAT dealers have truck shops. Just keep in mind the guys aren't used to carpeted truck cabs so you need to take precautions. Buy a roll of protective paper and some tape at Lowe's. Cover your floor and take off linens if your engine is accessed through the bed.
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Hope this isn't too late, but try Transport Equipment 406 541-9097. The worked on my Cummins fuel filter but they probably service Cat's as well. They were quick (next day) and priced fairly. Exit 96 off I-90, south side.
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Western States Cat is just off I-90 Exit 101. They have a very large facility, but seem well organized and on top of things. Never done business with them, but we spent a summer in the area and I had numerous occasions to observe.
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