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Old 10-27-2015, 07:40 AM   #1
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Oil Change North Atlanta - Cummins DP

Any suggestions on where to get oil changed north side of Atlanta besides CW, which I will not allow to touch my RV after a previous bad experience?

Been to Cummins in Gainesville last year and wasn't impressed, the Speedco on the south side has poor reviews.

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Have you thought about taking a ride up to Gaffney and let Freightliner service it. Just a little ways up I-85
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Cummins Power South is a Cummins "Coach Care" location catering to motorhomes. But it's just South of Atlanta not far from the airport.

Cummins Power South, LLC
5125 Highway 85
Atlanta, GA 30349
Phone: 404-765-5200
Fax: 404-763-2704
Toll Free: 800-768-7278

And you get your Cummins Power Club discount - 10% on parts and service. If you are not a member, you can join on the spot ($19.95).
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I'd stay away from these folks. I had a very bad experience with these guys for Monaco warranty work. Monaco has since dropped them. Speedco has 2 locations on the Southside. Stay away from the one on Moreland Ave. but the Speedco off I-75 at Hwy 36 does excellent work.
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Speedco. About $230 for complete oil/lube and fuel filters, with oil test.
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Speedco. About $230 for complete oil/lube and fuel filters, with oil test.
X2, just had a complete service done at exit 2 on I-75 and they did an outstanding job. I was impressed!! Speedco has a new customer...me. Cummins has never invited me into the pit to witness the work, Speedco did.
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I would ignore the Speedco negative reviews.

Give them a try, I think you will be impressed.

Takes the stress out of our most frequent services and takes care of the genny as well.
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Speedco is my choice for services to my MH now. I'm gettig too old to crawl under the MH anyway, but a DIY engine oil N filter change cost me $85 for new diesel oil(bought on sale) and new filter, not to mention the messed-up clothes-and me. Their fees are quite reasonable IMO.
A friend has an Essex with ISM engine, and has been paying $525 for an oil N filter change at Newmar dealers, Speedco lists an oil N filter change for $249.99 including chassis grease job.
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Dry Pond Freightliner I-85 north toward S Carolina. They are very nice, courteous people, keep your coach clean with pads. Have worked on mine twice and was very pleased
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I would ignore the Speedco negative reviews.

Give them a try, I think you will be impressed.

Takes the stress out of our most frequent services and takes care of the genny as well.

So you have been to the Speedco location south of Atlanta? This is the one with the negative reviews.

I have used Speedco in Knoxville for an oil change last year, they were OK, but didn't have the correct filters. I had to go to the auto parts store twice in the toad to get filters for my Common 2011 Cummins 5.9.


Thanks for the suggestions!
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Oil Change North Atlanta - Cummins DP

Follow Up:

Had the RV and generator oil service done at Speedco on the south side of Atlanta near the airport yesterday. Great service, even though I showed up when they opened at 8 am there was already two trucks In Line ahead of me on a Saturday morning. They said they are the busiest Speedco location in the USA. Had an oil analysis done that showed nothing except low viscosity. They greased the chassis and did a good job communicating.

Took about three hours from start to finish. About $260. I'll definitely use them again.

Thanks for the input all.

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