Spicer Replacement End Yokes Available for Allison Transmissions

Spicer End Yokes Available for Allison Transmissions

The end yokes are designed to help minimize noise and vibration and keep drivelines running smoothly. 

Dana Incorporated now offers genuine Spicer automatic-transmission end yokes specifically designed for replacement on Allison transmission applications.

“With a high volume of Allison transmissions currently in service with yokes approaching the end of their product lifespan, Dana is ready to meet the demand by offering an OE-quality replacement option for Allison transmission applications,” said Bill Nunnery, senior director, sales and marketing, global aftermarket for Dana. 

The new Spicer commercial-vehicle automatic-transmission end yokes are precision-engineered and manufactured by Dana specifically for Allison transmission applications. The end yokes are designed to help minimize noise and vibration and keep drivelines running smoothly. 

“There is a real need in the marketplace for quality automatic transmission end yokes, and Spicer is the answer,” continued Nunnery.  “Dana customers know that by installing genuine Spicer heavy-duty end yokes, they will be getting OE-quality parts and a cost-efficient solution that boosts uptime and makes repair jobs easier.”

To help service technicians quickly and easily measure yokes so they can determine the series of the driveshaft needed, a Spicer yoke ruler measurement guide is available. To obtain a Spicer yoke ruler, contact a Dana sales representative.

To learn more about the new Spicer replacement end yokes for Allison transmissions and other quality Spicer commercial vehicle products, visit www.SpicerParts.com.  To check inventory and order directly, visit www.DanaAftermarket.com.

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