Dana axles, driveshafts selected for Navistar’s newest vehicle

  • 19-Jul-2013 10:20 EDT

The TerraStar 4x4 medium-duty truck features Dana Spicer axles and driveshafts.

Dana Holding Corp. has been named the standard and exclusive supplier of steer axles, drive axles, and driveshafts for Navistar's new International TerraStar 4x4 medium-duty truck. Dana’s Spicer Model 273 front drive steer axle has a turn angle of 42°, a GAWR (gross axle weight rating) of 8000 lb, and popular axle ratios. The Spicer S110 single reduction, single rear drive axle has a GAWR of 14,000 lb and a maximum highway GCWR (gross combination weight rating) of 35,000 lb. The driveshafts are a mix of Spicer Life Series models: SPL 55 and SPL 100. The driveshafts are permanently lubricated with sealed splines to reduce maintenance and balanced to reduce NVH.

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