Eaton increases warranty coverage of transmissions

Eaton increases warranty coverage of transmissions

Eaton Corp. has increased its aftermarket warranty package for its Flex Reman transmission line. The new package now includes three years of coverage.

When customers purchase a combination of a Flex Reman or standard Eaton Fuller remanufactured transmission with an Eaton Advantage Series clutch and Roadranger lubricants, the transmission warranty coverage is extended from two to three years.

“The package has been very well received by our commercial truck customers since the program was launched earlier this year,” said Bill Fouch, aftermarket marketing manager for Eaton’s transmission business. “Given its success, we decided to add our lineup of Flex Reman transmissions along with the warranty extension giving our customers additional value when they purchase genuine Eaton aftermarket components.”

According to the company, in addition to the use of OEM-quality parts, Eaton heavy-duty Fuller Reman transmissions have roughly 20% more new parts than most other remanufactured transmissions, and all units are performance tested to ensure Eaton standards and specifications are met.

Eaton Solo Advantage and Easy Pedal Advantage clutches feature extended 50,000-mi. standard lubrication intervals for linehaul applications, premium patent-pending release bearings, and added protection against potentially harmful driveline vibrations.

The Solo Advantage is a self-adjusting clutch that results in reduced maintenance due to eliminating the need for time-consuming manual adjustments for improved uptime, Eaton said.

The Easy Pedal Advantage clutch requires manual adjustments and is designed for quick and easy maintenance.

The aftermarket package program is available for standard linehaul applications in the United States and Canada. Additional program details are available by referencing the Reman Bundle Package Sales Card (APSL0300) and the Warranty Guide (TCWY0900) on

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