Eaton expands Reman transmission warranty coverage

Jan. 18, 2012
Eaton Corp. has extended the warranty coverage for its lineup of Eaton Fuller Reman and Eaton Fuller Flex Reman vocational transmissions from 18 months to 2 years

Eaton Corp. has extended the warranty coverage for its lineup of Eaton Fuller Reman and Eaton Fuller Flex Reman vocational transmissions from 18 months to 2 years. Last year, the company announced similar expanded warranty coverage for all Reman and Flex Reman linehaul transmissions, meaning two years of coverage is now standard for all heavy-duty Reman transmission models including the recently released Flex Reman models.

“The industry’s best lineup of remanufactured transmissions now comes with the industry’s best warranty coverage in both linehaul and vocational applications,” said Bill Fouch, aftermarket marketing manager for Eaton’s truck business in North America. “We are able to offer this type of coverage because we use only genuine Eaton components and time-tested Eaton technology in the making of all remanufactured products.”

Eaton noted that its Flex Reman transmissions allow truck dealers to lower parts inventories while increasing availability to multiple models because they cover a wide range of torques with no clutch housings. The Flex line also benefits fleets with enhanced access to Eaton’s Reman portfolio, now with increased standard warranties, noted the manufacturer.

Roadranger Support, the company’s drivetrain service network, backs all Eaton Reman transmissions with support and training from experienced professionals, according to Eaton.

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