Trailer axle hub cuts costs, assembly time

Nov. 1, 2002
IMT Corp/Ingersoll Axles' new F30 fully unitized trailer axle hub reduces the costs of assembling the hub on-site and minimizes inventory requirements.

IMT Corp/Ingersoll Axles' new F30 fully unitized trailer axle hub reduces the costs of assembling the hub on-site and minimizes inventory requirements. The F30 includes hub, bearings with clearances preset at the factory, long-life seals, and studs. It is filled with lubricant and factory-sealed.

Mounted to an IMT axle with friction welded high-tensile spindles and standard outboard brake drums, the F30 hub comes with a five-year, 500,000-mile warranty.

For more information, contact IMT, 347 King St West, Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada N5C 3K6.

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