Manufactured by: Bullet Proof Diesel
- Patented H-Core Technology Reduces / Eliminates Fatigue and Heat Stress Failure
- All Joints And Seams TIG Welded or Vacuum Brazed
- Quality Control Ensures Direct Fit Every Time
- Cummins P/N 4955518, 4955518NX, 4955518RX, 4943206 or 4946088.
Gaskets and hardware are NOT included with this product. Need EGR cooler gaskets? We sell those here: EGR Cooler Gasket Set
A direct fit replacement for 2007-2010 Cummins OEM EGR cooler parts numbers 4955518, 4955518NX, 4955518RX, 4943206, 4946088 and 4988836, this Bullet Proof aftermarket EGR cooler 6.7 Cummins upgrade adds durability, reliability and greater performance to your 2007-2010 Cummins 6.7L ISB-E model truck engine. This 6.7 ISB Cummins EGR Cooler is made to achieve a flawless direct fit in place of your conventional OEM EGR cooler installed at the factory. By contrast, this Cummins ISB 6.7 EGR cooler is designed and made to last the lifetime of your truck, with helically-wound stainless-steel tubing that is able to flex in order to handle the continual heating/cooling cycles an EGR cooler must survive. This is something traditional EGR coolers fail at doing, which often causes them to rupture and require replacement.
The patented H-Core technology this EGR cooler features reduces or virtually eliminates the major problem with most diesel engine EGR coolers – heat and stress failure.
The Cummins 6.7L ISB-E EGR Cooler from Bullet Proof Diesel features the latest, patented EGR technology. This new interior tube design makes the internal structure more forgiving, and thus allows this EGR Cooler to survive through heating/cooling cycles as well as thermal events long after most EGR coolers fail.
This EGR Cooler replaces the OEM P/N: 4948836, 4955518, 4955518NX, 4955518RX, 4943206 or 4946088. Please verify prior to ordering, but this EGR Cooler fits all 2007 through 2010 Cummins 6.7L ISB-E models.
BulletProof H-Core EGR coolers are made with the patented H-Core Helical Core Technology. These EGR coolers are designed with strong, helically wound tubes at their core, allowing the tubes to bend and yield where tradition designs rupture and fail.