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Old 07-21-2015, 04:07 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Fleetguard View Post
Hi everyone!

My name is Jay and I work for Cummins Filtration, but many of you probably know us as our brand name--Fleetguard. My intention of joining this forum is to try and be an active resource for all of your filtration and cooling system questions. While I likely won't be able to answer every question, every single time, I will do my best to try and be helpful as often (and quickly) as possible.

The first thing I wanted to shed some light on, for those who did not know, is that Fleetguard has always been a part of Cummins. Most people assume that Fleetguard was its own company and that Cummins bought them out, but in fact, Cummins started manufacturing their own line of lube filters back in the 50's under the Fleetguard name. The name has stuck around ever since and the Cummins Filtration business unit of Cummins became official back around 2006. Also, did you also know that Fleetguard is the only brand of filters in the world that is manufactured by an engine manufacturer? Not that this needs to be a big marketing pitch, but that alone should inspire you to take confidence in our products. Fleetguard is Cummins, and we know engines...

I'll keep an eye on threads and try to pop in where I think I can be of help. [moderator edit]

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We use to hear from a retired Fleetguard field engineer here. His name is Gary Spires. I haven't seen a post from him in some time. Gray was a great resource for us here.

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