Dana provides upgraded Outrunner seals

Dec. 1, 2003
Dana Corp's Commercial Vehicle Systems Division is offering an upgraded version of Outrunner seals. The new design improves seal life and performance

Dana Corp's Commercial Vehicle Systems Division is offering an upgraded version of Outrunner seals. The new design improves seal life and performance while reducing wheel-end maintenance costs. This enhanced Outrunner seal includes a new outer diameter feature that employs a hybrid combination of rubber and metal to make the seal more robust against misalignment during wheel-end handling and installation.

The new design will be provided on Dana Spicer 20,000- to 26,000-lb single-drive axles, 40,000- to 52,000-lb tandem-drive axles, 10,000- to 14,600-lb steer axles, and 20,000- to 26,000-lb trailer axles. The seals are completely interchangeable with the current Outrunner full-rubber OD seals and will be integrated into all OE and aftermarket seals.

For more information, contact Roadranger Marketing, PO Box 4013, Kalamazoo MI 49003.

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