Tools for older transmission models, axles, and torque hub models will be added to the program in 2022. - Photo: Dana Incorporated

Tools for older transmission models, axles, and torque hub models will be added to the program in 2022.

Photo: Dana Incorporated

Dana Incorporated announced it has introduced a new Spicer off-highway tool program to provide customers with the correct tools to service transmissions, according to the company's press release.

The program features tools for new model coverage to provide Dana off-highway customers with a tool source so they can make effective repairs.

Backed by a one-year limited warranty, the initial phase of the Spicer off-highway tool program focuses on tools needed specifically for work on Spicer TE14 and TE50 transmissions. Tools for older transmission models, axles, and torque hub models will be added to the program in 2022.

The Spicer off-highway tool program includes tools such as bearing and seal drivers, press tools, installation tools for gearing, and shafts as well as fixtures to assist in the transmission rebuild process.

“This new Spicer tool program helps ensure that Dana customers have the right tools at the right time to effectively service off-highway vehicles,” said Bill Nunnery, senior director, sales and marketing, global aftermarket for Dana.  “As is customary for all Dana products, the new Spicer tools are manufactured to the highest quality standards, so they deliver reliable performance.  Having access to these essential tools will take the worry out of having to source specialty tools when service time is critical.”

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