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Eaton extends warranty periods for Advantage, EverTough series clutches

Eaton is extending the manufacturer warranty periods for its Advantage and EverTough series aftermarket clutches.

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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.

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Eaton is extending the manufacturer warranty periods for its Advantage and EverTough series aftermarket clutches.

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The Advantage Self-Adjust and Easy Pedal Advantage clutch standard warranties are increased to three years/unlimited miles (from two years/unlimited miles), and the standard warranty periods for EverTough Self-Adjust and EverTough Manual-Adjust clutches are increased to two years/unlimited miles (from one year/unlimited miles).

The new warranty periods go into effect in the U.S. and Canada for the designated clutches purchased on or after July 1, 2019. The warranty periods for clutches sold in Mexico remains unchanged.

Eaton’s Advantage Series clutches provide 50,000-mile lubrication intervals and have two wear indicators.

Eaton EverTough clutches come standard with a 3-zerk release bearing. Additionally, customers can extend the warranty period for their EverTough Series clutches to three years/unlimited miles by using Eaton’s Clutch Installation Kit or Eaton RemanTM Bundle Program (EverTough clutch plus Eaton RemanTM Transmission and Eaton-approved transmission fluid).

All Eaton clutches are backed by Roadranger.

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