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Video Series Makes Spec’ing Easier For All

Nothing is more critical to a customer’s satisfaction than getting a powertrain setup where all the subsystems are perfectly matched to each other − and to the desired balance of performance and efficiency. Whether this is your first time spec’ing a client’s vehicle or your fiftieth, these three micro-learning videos break the process down to five key questions with sales reps revealing the real-world techniques they use to achieve great results.

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Keep the Single Module™ Aftertreatment System Operating at Peak Efficiency

While the Single Module system is the same across all engine platforms, factors such as the application type and engine load dictate different service intervals. This article contains handy links to the latest recommendations for each Cummins engine commonly used in on-highway vehicles. It also highlights other design features and maintenance procedures that help to ensure maximum uptime. Share these simple tips with your customers so they know how to manage their systems.

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Cold Weather is Coming. Keep Your Customers’ Vehicles Going

Winter is officially here, and even Texas has seen snow already. No matter where your customers are based − or where their routes take them − they need to make sure that their vehicles are ready for freezing weather. There are quite a few different systems that your customers should be checking; use this article as a reminder of systems to review with your customers to ensure they’re prepared to operate in the cold.

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Cummins X12™ – Watch the New Productivity Champion in Action

There’s a new productivity champion in the medium-bore, heavy-duty engine category. Not only does Cummins X12 deliver more power with less weight than other engines in its class, it can even outperform engines with larger displacement. To see this and get a feel for the dedication and commitment to quality that goes into every X12 built at Cummins Jamestown Engine Plant (JEP), check out these two new videos that you can share with your customers.

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R2.8™ Crate Engine Breaks New Ground

This is the engine launch that 4WD off-road enthusiasts have been waiting for. Cummins R2.8 Turbo Diesel crate engine can now be purchased exclusively at www.cumminsrepower.com. The easy-to-install kit includes the accessories critical to a successful installation, including the complete front-end accessory drive and all of the wiring. All for under $9,000.

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Cummins Electrifies with Vision of Future at NACV

At the inaugural North American Commercial Vehicle (NACV) show in Atlanta this past month, Cummins revealed its vision of the future. The company displayed super-efficient clean diesel engines (X12™ and X15™), the latest in ultra-low emission natural gas engine technology, and to round out the company’s expert capabilities in powertrain design, Cummins also revealed AEOS, a fully electric demonstration Urban Hauler Tractor. Cummins further reinforced its position as an innovative technology leader by revealing that it is investing in exploratory projects focused on the future of the industry.

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11.21 MPG – Real-World Results for Sharp Transport

Working closely with the staff at Cumberland International, driver David Gootch of Sharp Transport didn’t just beat the 10 mpg barrier, he blew it away with real-world results of 11.21 miles per gallon in an International LT powered by an X15 SmartAdvantage™ Powertrain. Gootch paid special attention to optimizing cruise control usage, staying in top gear 89 percent of the time. Telematics showed that his average rpm for the run was 1067. This wasn’t just a brief trip to the grocery store, either. The test ran a full 5,599 miles, with steadily increasing fuel economy numbers at every mile marker. This is the real-world proof of performance that your customers demand.

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The $1,400 Mistake Every Truck Owner Needs to Avoid

All DPFs need to be replaced at some point, and it’s a major expense. You might be tempted to buy a non-genuine product and save $600. But as a recent study shows, choosing a Genuine Cummins DPF will save you at least $1,400 in the long run. This article shows how excess backpressure, limited soot capacity and an insufficient amount of precious metal content affects everything from fuel economy to reliability to durability.

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