LOUISVILLE, Ky. — At the Mid-America Trucking Show, the Eaton Corporation rolled out its new Fuller 360 program. Made up of four components, the Fuller 360 program is a transmission overhaul program, which provides a new system for ordering and stocking genuine Fuller parts, remanufactured transmissions, master rebuilder kits and subassemblies.
Through this program, transmission rebuilders and repair shops can streamline their operations and improve service cycle times, says the company. These improvements can be achieved by purchasing complete Fuller Reman transmissions or pre-assembled Fuller subassemblies.
“The reman transmissions use more new components than many other rebuilt transmissions and all are factory tested,” said David Plaster, aftermarket marketing manager for Eaton.
The Fuller 360 program also attempts to aid high volume rebuilders manage inventories more effectively by purchasing bulk parts regularly through the reducing multiple order processes and improving inventory levels.
“It eliminates spot buys, which are more expensive in the marketplace,” noted Plaster. “It’s all about value, the more volume rebuilders have, the more value they can offer.”
In addition, Eaton offers 35 comprehensive Master Rebuilder kits, containing all of the genuine Fuller parts used in rebuilding transmissions along with a the service manual. The kits, according to Plaster are everything needed to rebuild a transmission in a box.
“From individual stocked parts to factory remanufactured Fuller Reman transmissions, the Fuller 360 program covers the rebuilders and repair shops from all angles, helping them to more effectively manage their business and enabling them to take their operations to the next level,” said Plaster.
Plaster also noted the Fuller 360 program offers a full nationwide warranty on all parts, kits, remanufactured Fuller transmissions and Fuller subassemblies.
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