Dana, Fox Factory collaborate on Chevrolet Silverado truck build

Dana, Fox Factory collaborate on Chevrolet Silverado truck build

Dana 60 semi-float rear axles will be featured on the limited-edition Chevrolet Silverado Fox Factory Edition truck.

Dana Inc. announced a collaboration with Fox Factory on what it says will be a unique build of a special Chevrolet Silverado truck. The limited-edition Chevrolet Silverado Fox Factory Edition truck will feature Dana 60 semi-float rear axles. The truck features a 700-HP engine and a bold wide-body pre-runner design.

The Dana 60 semi-float axle offers off-road enthusiasts the benefits of the full-float option, like Spicer nickel chromoly steel axle shafts, Spicer ring and pinion gearing, a nodular iron diff cover, heavy-duty brackets and more, while adhering to the convenience of a semi-floating design, according to Dana.

“When Fox Factory decided to push the limits of the Chevy Silverado, they chose a Dana 60 semi-float for the rear axle to handle the 700 horsepower being put down by its supercharged V8 engine,” said Bill Nunnery, senior director, sales and marketing for global aftermarket for Dana. “This truck is the result of a collaboration between Fox Factory Powered Vehicle Division and Dana, which shows our shared commitment for building rugged, performance-driven vehicles.”

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