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Detroit Diesel Remanufacturing acquires Mascot Truck Parts

Detroit Diesel Remanufacturing LLC (Detroit Reman) announced its acquisition of the U.S. and Canadian business operations of Mascot Truck Parts, a provider of remanufactured driveline components for the heavy- and medium-duty truck aftermarket. “Mascot’s portfolio complements our driveline products,” stated Sanjiv Khurana, president of Detroit Reman. “We will also be able to leverage Mascot’s national footprint

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Fleets offer reman engine insights

Dan Vander Pol, director of maintenance for Oak Harbor Freight Lines Inc.: “We have purchased reman engines on our city trucks [Class 7], but most of the time on our linehaul trucks [Class 8], we would be able to rebuild the engine and if we can’t rebuild we purchase new engines. We have put reman

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The evolution and benefits of reman engines

These days, there are even more advantages to purchasing reconditioned/remanufactured engines than there have been in the past. According to Stanford Siy, heavy-duty and high horsepower ReCon engine product manager for Cummins, “A genuine Cummins engine for used equipment gives owners a way to increase their return on investment on their tools for trade. For

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Reman transmissions roundup

According to Ramon Aguillon, aftermarket sales manager at Allison Transmission, “Allison Transmission’s remanufactured product line is called Allison ReTran. All of our remanufactured transmissions exclusively use Allison Genuine Parts and are tested to original factory specifications. Additionally, they are tested with Allison TES 295 approved fluid.” The advantages of ReTran remanufactured transmissions are that the

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