Longer Clutch Warranty

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Eaton has extended the warranty coverage on its aftermarket Advantage Series and EverTough clutches with the purchase of a ‘Genuine Eaton Clutch Installation Kit’. Advantage series warranty coverage increases from two years to three, and EverTough coverage increases from one year to two.

Eaton recommends a clutchEaton's Advantage Series aftermarket clutch installation kit be used every time a transmission is pulled for a clutch replacement. The kits are effective in preventing the transmission from having to be re-pulled in the future to replace wear-related clutch components, such as an input shaft, gaskets, bushings, bearings, shafts, forks, fasteners and more.

It makes sense to bundle the kits when replacing a clutch because the cost to remove the transmission for a second time far outweighs the cost of the clutch installation kit, says Eaton.

The kits have all the parts and instructions customers need to help ensure longer and better clutch and transmission performance.

The Advantage series is the company’s top-of-the-line aftermarket clutch, the same one that you’ll find in all new makes and models of class 8 trucks built in North America. Designed and manufactured to an aftermarket spec, EverTough clutches are aimed at users looking for a “combination of value and performance”.

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Rolf Lockwood is editor emeritus of Today's Trucking and a regular contributor to Trucknews.com.

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