Dana Incorporated has introduced Spicer off-highway transmission kits to help reduce downtime and keep vehicles and equipment in service. The kits provide the parts needed to perform transmission service and repair.
“The major benefit of our off-highway transmission service kits is all of the components are clearly marked in one box so service professionals can complete repairs without delay,” said Bill Nunnery, senior director, sales and marketing, global aftermarket for Dana.
“When vehicles and equipment are not in operation, no revenue is generated. Spicer off-highway transmission service kits empower technicians, increase uptime, and improve profitability.”
Spicer off-highway transmission kits provide the right quantities of components to perform transmission service and repair. Featuring improved packaging of o-rings, seals and gaskets, the kits are grouped by original-equipment manufacturer (OEM) usage versus transmission configuration. An addition to the kits is the o-ring identification chart that lists each part number, quantity and dimensional information, as well as color identification that match the markings on the o-rings. Each illustration is drawn to full size to further aid in identification.
New off-highway kits are available for most popular transmissions, including the Spicer T12000 series as well as T13/TE17 and TE27/32 series transmissions. Each kit contains the necessary components to meet the needs of these popular models.