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Eaton introduces reman transmission promotion

Power management company Eaton announced it has introduced a limited time aftermarket program that rewards the purchase of a heavy-duty factory remanufactured transmission with a free clutch. The promotion runs through the end of June.

The no-charge clutches will be delivered within four weeks of registering the transmission purchase.  All Eaton Solo Advantage, Easy Pedal Advantage and EverTough clutches are included in the promotion. 

“We’re giving our customers even more incentive to purchase one of our genuine reman transmissions,” said Bill Fouch, aftermarket marketing manager, Eaton. “There is no limit to the number of transmissions that can be purchased during this limited time frame.  The program is available throughout the United States, Mexico and Canada.”

A two-year/unlimited mileage warranty, the trucking industry’s best, is standard on all Eaton reman transmissions.

“By participating in this no charge clutch offer, customers only need to use Eaton-approved lubricant and they will qualify to register for the warranty bundle program that provides an additional year of warranty coverage on both the transmission and clutch,” added Fouch.

According to the company, additional highlights include:

  • 100% genuine Eaton content.

  • Roadranger support – the industry’s leading service network for drivetrain components, providing protection, support and training from experienced professionals.

  • Expert remanufacturing using Eaton technology.

  • Dynomometer performance tested to ensure Eaton standards are always met.

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