Stemco announces new axle fastener

Stemco announces new axle fastener

Stemco says the Auto-Torque axle fastener is designed to streamline wheel end installation.

Stemco has announced the launch of its new Auto-Torq axle fastener. This wheel end product recently made its debut at the Technology & Maintenance Council’s (TMC) Annual Meeting & Transportation Technology Exhibition in Orlando. 

The company says Auto-Torq is designed to streamline wheel end installation by eliminating the need for complex processes and specialty tools. With no need for washers, clips, snap rings, screws, or keepers, Auto-Torq makes installation simple and efficient, the company says. Plus, by applying the optimum clamp load on the bearings every time, bearing wear is minimized, resulting in the longest bearing service life, the company says.

Auto-Torq offers an all-in-one solution that is compatible with any industry hub manufacturer, Stemco says.

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