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Our line of Cummins® diesel engine parts cover the B Series & C series 3.9, QSB 3.9, QSB 4.5, 5.9, ISB 5.9, QSB 5.9, QSB 6.7 & 8.3 liter engines found in agricultural, construction, marine and power generation applications.


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    More About Cummins

    The Cummins Engine Company was founded in 1919 by Clessie Cummins who was a mechanic from Indiana. Clessie Cummins never had any formal education beyond the eighth grade. But he was fascinated by mechanical things and built his first engine when he was 11 years old.

    The Columbus, Indiana company focused on adapting and developing the engine invented 20 years earlier by Rudolf Diesel.

    Cummins started working full-time on diesels in 1919 when he heard that Sears, Roebuck & Co., would buy three-horsepower farm diesels made on a European patent.


    1930: Cummins exhibits a diesel automobile engine.
    1937: Company posts first profit.
    1952: Turbo-diesel is unveiled.
    1975: Line of 450-horsepower engines is introduced.
    1990: Ford, Tenneco, and Kubota buy a 27 percent holding.
    1993: Cummins sees first profit since 1987.
    1995: Company begins developing the Interact System engine family.
    1998: Cummins loses $21 million in truck industry's best year yet.
    2001: Agreement with Paccar is signed.
    By 2013 Cummins Engine Company had operations in 197 countries and territories.