Guide simplifies drivetrain specification

Aug. 1, 2005
Roadranger's 2005 Drivetrain Specification Guide is an efficient tool to use when specifying Roadranger products in drivetrain applications for the commercial

Roadranger's 2005 Drivetrain Specification Guide is an efficient tool to use when specifying Roadranger products in drivetrain applications for the commercial vehicle market.

This guide is organized into sections for medium- and heavy-duty applications for quick and easy reference. In addition to the latest Roadranger product information, it provides information on Roadranger service and support. Each section divider highlights recently introduced product and service offerings.

Specifically, this publication contains general guidelines for product applications at nominal ratings for Dana and Eaton products, including axles, brakes, transmissions, clutches, driveshafts, trailer suspensions, and collision warning systems.
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