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Old 04-15-2018, 05:03 PM   #1
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Freightliner/Cummins Program

I know this has been talked about here because it is where I heard about it, but for the life of me I can't find it.

Either Freightliner or Cummins has a plan you can sign up for to get discounted parts or discounted service. I remember at the time of posting I wanted to sign up but didn't have my information handy, and now I can't find it. Can someone pass me a link?

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Cummins has one, saved me a few hundred on a $33,000 bill. Not much but worth the $10 a year cost if you use it.
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Old 04-15-2018, 05:24 PM   #3
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Cummins has one, saved me a few hundred on a $33,000 bill. Not much but worth the $10 a year cost if you use it.
Do you remember what it was called? I keep finding their extended warranty plans, but not just the discounted parts plan.
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There is also a Freightliners club called Freightliners Chassis Owners Club (aka FCOC).
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Thanks everyone, I really appreciate it.
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You can join the Cummins Power Club the day you need it. Cummins service centers that honor the discount will sell you a membership right on the spot.
https://www.cumminspowerclub.com/faq.jsp#public2

You can join the FCOC At anytime as well, just sign up online. The discount is honored at Freightliner Oasis Service Centers and also at the factory service in Gafney (but a reduced discount there - the prices are already below market rates).
https://www.fcocrv.org/plans/memberships/
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I like the FCOC program as it's cheap and comprehensive as it pertains to the entire chassis.

You get discounts on service and parts at Oasis Service Centers (Freightliner centers that cater to motorhome owners) and discounts at O'Reilly for parts for the toad, etc. Refer to Gary's link above to join.
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