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Eaton Cummins Endurant HD transmission now available

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David Sickels is the Associate Editor of Tire Review and Fleet Equipment magazines. He has a history of working in the media, marketing and automotive industries in both print and online.

Eaton Cummins Automated Transmission Technologies has announced its Endurant HD 12-speed 1,850 lb.-ft.-capable automated transmission. The transmission is now available at all major North American truck manufacturers, including International, Freightliner, Volvo, Peterbilt and Kenworth.

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The company says the Endurant HD offers an industry-exclusive transmission fluid pressure sensor, the longest maintenance interval and the best overall ratio coverage for low-speed maneuverability and downspeeding.

Engine and transmission powertrain combinations vary by truck manufacturer:

  • The Endurant HD, paired with the Cummins X15 engine, is available in the Kenworth T680; Peterbilt 579; International LoneStar, LT Series and RH Series; Freightliner Cascadia; and Volvo VNL.
  • The Endurant HD and Cummins X12 powertrain is available in the Freightliner Cascadia.
  • The Endurant HD and International A26 engine combination is available in the International LoneStar; LT Series; and RH Series.
  • The Endurant HD and Detroit DD13 engine powertrain is available in the Freightliner Cascadia.

The standard Endurant HD transmission warranty is five-years/750,000 miles for linehaul commercial vehicles. The Eaton-supplied clutch is covered by a three-year/350,000-mile warranty. One-year and two-year extended protection plans are also available. Endurant HD’s maximum operating weight (GCVW) is 110,000 lbs.; maximum horsepower is 510 HP (375 KW); and oil capacity is 16 pints (7.5L).

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