Dana Spicer D190 series for the rough jobs
Jun 1, 2004 12:00 PM
Dana Corp's Commercial Vehicle Systems Division has debuted the new Dana Spicer D190 series of single-reduction tandem-drive axles.
With gross axle weight ratings from 52,000 pounds (D52-190 model) to 60,000 pounds (D60-190 model), the new family of axles will be targeted to vocational applications such as construction, heavy haul, logging, refuse, mining, and oil field operations. Features of these axles include:
Broad ratio coverage — 3.42:1 through 7.17:1.
Best-in-class inter-axle driveline angles.
Extra-wide face-width gearing.
Newly designed gearing and bearing system.
Lower operating temperatures and added spinout protection provided by a new patented, standard-equipped lubrication pump.
Forged, heat-treated steel differential cases.
Sixteen extra-large, 20-mm-diameter ring gear fasteners.
Integrated ring gear and wheel differential mounting system eliminates bolted joints.
An integral pinion cage and carrier adds stiffness and strength while eliminating a potential leak path.
A driver-controlled wheel differential system for both forward and rear axles to maximize traction.
The wheel differential lock feature may be retrofitted without replacing the entire axle assembly.
A carrier integrated electromagnetic retarder mount.
Wide-track axles to maximize stability.
Integral welded suspension brackets.
The Dana Spicer D190 standard axle warranty is up to five years/500,000 miles for approved vocational applications with Roadranger-approved and factory-filled, synthetic lube.
For more information, contact Roadranger Marketing, PO Box 4013, Kalamazoo MI 49003.
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