DENTON, Tex. — To help customers prolong maintenance intervals and reduce operating expenses, Peterbilt Motors Company has introduced new low maintenance brake packages for its full product line.
“Our customers are always looking for advantages in economy and efficiency, and, of course, we are always looking for ways to help them find it,” says Dan Sobic, Peterbilt assistant general manager. “One of those ways is the new low maintenance brake options that reduce the need for brake system lubrication, thus reducing our customers’ maintenance costs and downtime.”
There are two new low maintenance brake systems available: The Dana LMS “Lube Free” package that features no periodic brake maintenance for three years/350,000 miles; elimination of brake and auto slack lubrication; three year/350,000 mile warranty for on-highway applications; and wearable items, such as seals and bushings, are covered by warranty.
The second option, the Dana LMS “Low Lube” package, features brake and auto slack lube intervals increased to 250,000 miles; three year/350,000 mile warranty for on-highway applications; wearable items, such as seals and bushings, are covered by warranty.
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