Dana Expands Coverage With Spicer Steer Axle All-Makes Product Line

Dana Expands Coverage With Spicer Steer Axle All-Makes Product Line

Recently at the Mid-America Trucking Show (MATS), Dana Holding Corp. introduced its Spicer Heavy Axle Steering Components All-Makes product line. The product line includes complete coverage for Spicer steer axles, including knuckles, steer arms, crosslink assemblies, beams and whole axle assemblies.

Recently at the Mid-America Trucking Show (MATS), Dana Holding Corp. introduced its Spicer Heavy Axle Steering Components All-Makes product line.

The product line includes complete coverage for Spicer steer axles, including knuckles, steer arms, crosslink assemblies, beams and whole axle assemblies. Additionally, the line spans draglinks, tie rod ends and king pin kits for all makes and models of vehicles in the heavy-duty market.

According to Dana, this newly launched product line delivers original-equipment (OE) quality for a variety of heavy-duty vehicle and supplier programs, totaling some 1,200 SKUs, including more than 135 king pin kits, 155 draglinks and 90 tie rod ends.

“As a world leader in front steer axle technology, we are consistently working to meet and exceed consumer demands by ensuring we offer customers complete coverage with our reliable, aftermarket products,” said Bill Gryzenia, vice president and general manager of the Dana Aftermarket. “This enhancement is the newest addition to Dana’s aftermarket portfolio and gives the heavy-duty marketplace more flexibility and access to genuine OE-quality parts that are capable of achieving increased product life and reduced service costs, all from one trusted supplier.”

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