Dana Inc. offers Spicer heavy-duty transfer cases for a wide range of off-highway applications, including mining rigs; dump, block and fire trucks; logging units; transit mixers; military vehicles; sweepers; oil and water drilling rigs; and agriculture.
“No matter the terrain, Spicer transfer cases provide maximum power for all transmission speeds in nearly any off-highway application, just by pulling a lever,” said Bill Nunnery, senior director, sales and marketing, global aftermarket for Dana. “Spicer transfer cases provide full-torque capacity in both front and rear axles across rough environments. Plus, users get all-wheel drive when they require it and can disconnect features as needed.”
Spicer transfer cases provide an integral solution for more efficient heavy-duty vehicle use and are adaptable to meet direct mount, mid-ship mount, and stationary applications in a variety of transmissions. One-piece construction provides the rigidity necessary to withstand off-highway use and the ball-bearing mounted gears and shafts prevent premature malfunctions. In addition, the constant mesh gears ensure a long life for the transfer case.
Available with forced lubrication provisions, Spicer transfer cases also offer users a versatile design, providing a continuous-duty torque rating of 3,725 lb.-ft., maximum speed of 5,000 rpm, and a variety of configurations to meet specific buyer requirements, including the locations of the inputs and outputs, type of shifting mechanism, and lube pumps options. Customers can specify two different shift operations and the transfer case is available with customer-specified end yokes or companion flanges.