Dana Spicer has simplified its driveshaft control program

Dana Incorporated has streamlined aftermarket driveshaft ordering with a smart parts numbering system for its Spicer ReadyShaft program.

With more than 10,000 heavy-duty vehicle part numbers, Dana says the Spicer ReadyShaft program enables next-day shipment of high-quality, ready-to-install Spicer driveshafts. The user-friendly part numbering system simply adds an “R” suffix to the standard part number for quick and easy identification. For example, if 170SC55012C is the standard driveshaft assembly part number, the Spicer ReadyShaft driveshaft assembly number is 170SC55012CR.

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Dana says the seamless ordering process allows customers to place Spicer ReadyShaft orders in multiple ways, including through DanaAftermarket.comapplication programming interface (API) and electronic data interchange (EDI).

“When a utility vehicle breaks down, fleet managers need a fast-spinning driveshaft solution,” says Bill Nunnery, Senior Director, Sales and Marketing, Global Aftermarket, Dana. “Dana ships with the Spicer ReadyShaft program. By making it easy to order and quickly deliver fully assembled driveshafts to order, Spicer ReadyShaft can save them valuable time and eliminate the cost of stocking driveshafts and accessories from replacement.

Spicer ReadyShaft driveshafts are built-to-order with genuine Spicer components and each comes with a two-year limited warranty. Spicer ReadyShaft driveshafts come painted and pre-greased for easy installation. They are shipped in custom cardboard tubes, specially designed for added protection and carrier flexibility, so the shipment can arrive quickly and safely. Shipping is prepaid with every Spicer ReadyShaft order.

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