Dana offers new Class 4-5 axle

Aug. 28, 2002
Dana Corp.'s Commercial Vehicle Systems (CVS) unit has introduced the Dana Spicer S110 drive axle, designed to meet the varying needs of the expanding Class 4-5 market. "The Class 4-5 market's demand for the features and reliability typically offered in heavy truck axle systems has increased," said CVS program manager Steve Slesinski. "This drive axle embodies Dana's commitment to providing customers
Dana Corp.'s Commercial Vehicle Systems (CVS) unit has introduced the Dana Spicer S110 drive axle, designed to meet the varying needs of the expanding Class 4-5 market.

"The Class 4-5 market's demand for the features and reliability typically offered in heavy truck axle systems has increased," said CVS program manager Steve Slesinski. "This drive axle embodies Dana's commitment to providing customers with the products and systems they need."

The Kalamazoo, MI-based company said the S110 series axle offers superior quality, dependability and technology. It offers several popular features and options for all drivetrain configurations that require axle weight ratings from 10,000-lbs. to 14,500-lbs., GVW ratings up to 23,500-lbs., and GCW up to 35,000-lbs.

The Dana Spicer S110 series drive axle is ideal for a variety of truck applications, including conventional vans, walkin vans, motor homes, utility and landscape vehicles and city delivery trucks.

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