Dana Spicer Enhances Axle Gearing Program

May 1, 2001
Dana Corp's Spicer Heavy Axle and Brake Division has introduced a new genuine Dana Spicer axle gearing program for the service market, with gearing now

Dana Corp's Spicer Heavy Axle and Brake Division has introduced a new genuine Dana Spicer axle gearing program for the service market, with gearing now being offered at reduced prices. All gears continue to be designed to original equipment specifications. Gears are produced using higher grades of steel and high-capacity bearings. All gears are designed to fit together, using optimum tooth profiles and angles, compatible mating surface finishes, and heat treating for uniform hardness.

These gears continue to be available through major OEM customers. The Dana Spicer Genuine Gearing Guide and Price List, item number AXSL-0921, can be ordered through Roadranger Literature Services by phoning 888-386-4636 or faxing 800-553-9715. Additional product and literature information can be found at www.roadranger.com.

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