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Horton introduces diagnostic kit for fan drives

June 24, 2015
Horton has introduced its Pneumatic Fan Drive Diagnostic and Maintenance Kit designed to help extend the life of its Horton pneumatic fan drive, the company recently announced.
Horton has introduced its Pneumatic Fan Drive Diagnostic and Maintenance Kit designed to help extend the life of its Horton pneumatic fan drive, the company recently announced.According to Horton, the 15-minute check at routine vehicle maintenance intervals may help prevent premature failures that can lead to days of equipment downtime and lost revenue.“The kit includes the tools and documentation needed to diagnose and maintain your Horton DM advantage fan drive, packed in a convenient, rugged carrying case,” the company said.Horton is a worldwide provider of fan drives, fans and suspension products for on- and off-highway vehicles and equipment.

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