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Old 01-13-2014, 09:08 AM   #15
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Correction...I was wrong that Cummins is owned by Mercedes/Daimler.
I got that impression at the Freightliner factory tour, but, thanks to
other forum members, have learned that I was not correct. sorry.
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Correction...I was wrong that Cummins is owned by Mercedes/Daimler.
I got that impression at the Freightliner factory tour, but, thanks to
other forum members, have learned that I was not correct. sorry.
Nothing to apologize for. Ever since the America For Sale sign went up, it has been difficult to figure out which foreign company owns what. I'm going to suggest my grandchildren learn Chinese.
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Nothing to apologize for. Ever since the America For Sale sign went up, it has been difficult to figure out which foreign company owns what. I'm going to suggest my grandchildren learn chinese.
Good suggestion. Euro speak. A combination of French, Spanish and Chinese.
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I agree with stuhly, I have a 300 hp Cat in my Bounder and have it serviced at Cummins Bridgeway. You will get the same debate on the chassis. We have 50,000 miles and have an an early generator failure (warranty) other than than normal maintenance items which you need to remember in a diesel are more expensive than gas.
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