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Roadranger CD set compiles info for more than 1,000 products, services

KALAMAZOO, Mich. -- Roadranger Marketing has released an updated four-disk CD, packaging more than 1,000 product an...


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KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Roadranger Marketing has released an updated four-disk CD, packaging more than 1,000 product and service documents from Dana and Eaton into a comprehensive library.

The CD library provides sales, service, and parts literature for the entire Roadranger drivetrain including Fuller transmissions and clutches; Spicer axles, driveshafts, and tire pressure management systems; Bendix brand foundation brakes, VORAD collision warning systems; Eaton hybrid electric power systems; Roadranger Lube; and Roadranger warranty and aftermarket literature.

The set includes basic fundamentals, driver training, lubrication tips, troubleshooting guidelines, illustrated parts lists, warranty information, and more. In addition, the library contains literature that has been translated into Spanish and French.

The CD set is an excellent value when you consider the significant amount of information that has been assembled, said Glenn McDaniel, Roadranger product communications manager. For example, more than 100 service manuals are included on this set. With an average cost of $20 for one printed service manual, its easy to see how the CD can quickly pay for itself.

The CD is $30 and can be ordered by calling 888-386-4636. The CD can also be downloaded for free at www.roadranger.com. However, for customers without high-speed Internet connections, weve found that the CD is more convenient, McDaniel says. Nearly all documents on the set are available in Adobe Acrobat .pdf files, with complete manuals or individual pages available for quick printing and easy reference.


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