Webb Wheel purchases Stemco Trifecta pre-adjusted hub assembly product line

Webb Wheel purchases Stemco Trifecta pre-adjusted hub assembly product line

Webb Wheel says it will continue production of the Trifecta line as it is manufactured today.

Webb Wheel Products has purchased the Trifecta line of pre-adjusted hub assembly products from Stemco, the companies announced. Webb Wheel initially partnered with Stemco to launch Trifecta in 2018.

Webb Wheel says it will continue production of the Trifecta line as it is manufactured today.

“Trifecta has proven to be an industry-leading wheel-end solution since its launch, and Stemco is proud of the product we created,” said Drew Coen, senior director of global marketing for Stemco. “We are happy it will continue to be available to our fleet customers via Webb and we look forward to a continued partnership on the seals, bearings, and axle fasteners within the product.”

Trifecta combines Stemco’s Discover XR seal, Zip-Torq axle fastener, precision bearings, and a spacer optimized for lubricant flow within a Webb hub, the company says. 

“We are proud of what the Trifecta program has become through our partnership with Stemco,” said PJ Caplan, vice president of sales and marketing for Webb Wheel Products – OEM. “We look forward to building upon that success as we leverage the industry knowledge, technical expertise, and product innovation at Webb Wheel to take the program to the next level for our customers.” 

Stemco says it will continue to honor all Trifecta warranties on previously purchased assemblies. Webb Wheel will begin taking orders for Trifecta on Jan. 8.

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