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Old 08-04-2011, 03:21 PM   #1
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filters (oil,air)

I have a 2001 coach with a cummins 350 ISC. What are the best filters(brand & #) for me to to use.
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Old 08-04-2011, 03:55 PM   #2
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I worked as a service manager for a major truck leasing company for 38 years, maintaining all types of vehicles. Cummins Engine Co. owns Fleetguard filters and we never had any problem with the quality of their filters. I uses them in my Monaco with a Cummins engine and highly recommend them.
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Your specific filter numbers will depend on the chassis.The chassis manufacturer designs and installs the fuel system, air intake system, hydraulic systems, etc. and specifies the filters for them. Only the engine oil filter is a Cummins spec part.

Your chassis is probably a Freightliner, a Spartan or a Roadmaster, so the place to ask is in one of those respective forums.
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Your specific filter numbers will depend on the chassis.The chassis manufacturer designs and installs the fuel system, air intake system, hydraulic systems, etc. and specifies the filters for them. Only the engine oil filter is a Cummins spec part.

Your chassis is probably a Freightliner, a Spartan or a Roadmaster, so the place to ask is in one of those respective forums.
You forgot the coolant filter, most ISC's have them although I guess a few might not. Most ISL's don't have them, a few do.

I only use the filters specified by the various OEM chassis/engine manufacturers. Less hassle that way if something fails. Suppose an off brand oil filter fails, taking out the engine. The engine manufacturer won't cover it (if out of warranty), the filter manufacturer will only cover the failed filter so the repair/rebuild expense is all yours. Yes, I know about the Moss-Magnusson Act but then you have to prove the filter wasn't the cause.
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