Dana Incorporated has streamlined aftermarket driveshaft ordering with a smart part numbering system for its Spicer ReadyShaft program, the company noted in a recent press release. The ordering process allows customers to place Spicer ReadyShaft orders in multiple ways, including through DanaAftermarket.com, the application programming interface (API) and electronic data interchange (EDI).
Spicer ReadyShaft driveshafts are built to order with genuine Spicer component parts and each comes with a two-year limited warranty. Spicer ReadyShaft driveshafts arrive painted and pre-greased for easy installation. They are shipped in custom cardboard tubing, specially designed for added protection and freight carrier flexibility, so the shipment can arrive quickly and safely. Shipping is prepaid as part of every Spicer ReadyShaft order.
The Spicer ReadyShaft and Spicer ReadyPack programs are part of Dana’s strategic initiative to drive uptime through next day services that help customers accelerate vehicle service times and efficiently manage inventory.