Lift truck system

  • 29-Jun-2010 01:51 EDT


Dana offers an IC-powered driveline system for 9- to 10-ton (8- to 9-t) industrial lift trucks and material handling vehicles. The system features a Spicer TE-08 powershift transmission, Spicer Model 139 axle, and a Spicer Wing Series Model 6C driveshaft. The Model 139 axle is suitable for lift trucks equipped with pneumatic or cushion tires and is engineered to handle high-load capacities while improving durability and maintenance. Integral frame and mast-mounting provisions are included for fixed-mast lift truck applications, and a small ring gear enables engineers to position the mast close to the axle’s center line for optimum geometry in load carrying and lifting. Integrated outboard wet-disc brakes simplify service, and an enclosed design seals brakes from water and dirt to reduce wear and minimize noise. A self-adjusting service brake system minimizes hydraulic actuation oil displacement requirements.

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