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Dana Spicer Model 369 Hydrostatic Transmission
April 8th, 2008
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Dana offers the Spicer Model 369 shift-on-fly hydrostatic transmission, which provides a proven alternative to expensive powershift solutions or sliding collar range shift transmissions. The Model 369 transmission was specially designed to enhance mobility, comfort, and ease of use for operators in mid-sized construction, mining, and material-handling vehicles. The Spicer Model 369 transmission is an extremely cost-effective means of allowing seamless operation from reverse, full stop, and all the way to speeds of 40 kph and beyond. Vehicles equipped with traditional range shift solutions must completely stop before shifting between ranges, but the new gearbox on the Spicer Model 369 transmission allows for quick shifting from low to high range while moving. This transmission is composed of a single hydrostatic motor featuring a transfer case with low and high gear ratios that integrates the drivetrain system into the engine™s controller area network (CAN) to improve shift quality and reduce acceleration jerk during vehicle operation.
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