Dana Holding Corporation has introduced the two-speed Spicer Model 367 shift-on-fly hydrostatic transmission as part of an upgraded drivetrain system for compact, hydrostatic-driven off-highway vehicles with an optional disconnect feature that offers improved performance.
- Designed for wheeled excavators, telescopic boom handlers and front-end loaders
- Features improved shift quality and a disconnect option that allows the vehicle to disengage one of the axles which helps to reduce power loss, fuel consumption and tire wear
- Helps improve productivity and reduce vehicle operating costs
- Advanced gear-shifting technology offers a slow working speed and a fast speed for traveling
- Includes a hydraulic motor ranging from 55 to 110 cc
- Can be remote mounted or directly flanged to Spicer components
- Options include hydraulic shifting, gear-engagement and speed sensors, and an integrated spring-applied, hydraulically released (SAHR) parking brake