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Old 04-22-2011, 05:02 AM
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where to get restore?

what is the best place to get restore? for a coolant flush
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Old 04-22-2011, 06:34 AM
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Restore and Restore Plus are Cummins products. Find the nearest Cummins Parts Distributor and they will have it. You may also find it at some of the big diesel shops that do Cummins work. A dodge dealer will look at you with that deer in the headlights stare.
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Old 04-22-2011, 09:17 AM
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Find a big truck place, or a John Deer tractor place that does work on farm equip or semi trucks.
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About 3 miles from my house is a HUGE Cummins, International and MACK garage. Got mine there!
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I have a question for you guys on the restore. I stopped by Cummins and asked for restore today. The guy came back with the gallon of restore +. I asked if he also had the restore. He said no that is all they use on their motors is the restore plus. About that time the shop manager came walking in and the parts guy asked him and he told me that the restore plus is all they use. This was actually at a International shop where I buy my fuel filters for the truck. So the only knowledge I have on this is what I have read on here. I spent several hours last night reading through post on this subject. Do I need to use both restore and restore + or is restore + all I need?
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both, restore and restore+ are formulated differently to clean different things from the cooling system, they do not clean out the same things....Restore cleans out A, B and C but leaves X,Y and Z, Restore+ will clean out the X,Y and Z....know what I mean?

To the OP: any place that sells Fleetguard products. you can also get it online at Ryder fleet Products
Restore
Restore+

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