Roadranger releases new Eaton/Dana drivetrain tools

Updated Jul 6, 2011

Roadranger Marketing has announceed a license agreement with K-Line Industries to manufacture and market special tools to service Eaton and Dana drivetrain components.

“These tools offer service technicians the latest, long-lasting and efficient service tools for Eaton clutches, transmissions and hybrid power systems, as well as Dana Spicer axles,” said Rick Muth, Roadranger program manager. “The special tools can help speed repairs to enhance service profits. Anyone who services commercial vehicles benefits, including dealers, independent drivetrain service garages, fleets, and truck owners.”

The agreement provides K-Line with specially designed service tools tested and approved by the Roadranger organization. The service tool designs are based on decades of manufacturing and service experience.

K-Line has a 210,000 sq. ft. facility with a state-of-the-art manufacturing plant complete with engineering offices, a test lab, a two-cell dynamometer lab, a hands-on training room, and ready-to-ship inventory to support catalog sales.