ALLIANCE TRUCK PARTS EXPANDS FAN CLUTCH AND CLUTCH PRODUCT LINES
Alliance Truck Parts has significantly expanded its fan clutch and clutch product lines. The fan clutch product line, which originally included only four fan clutch rebuild kits, now features more than 2,000 part numbers including remanufactured fan clutches, rebuild kits and accessories. The clutch product line has also increased from eight clutches to more than 300 part numbers including clutches, components and accessories.
Alliance Fan Clutch Product Line
The expanded all-makes fan clutch line now includes all industry-leading styles of fan clutches, fan clutch accessories, 2-speed fan clutches and fan blades. In addition, the product line now includes: • Complete fan drives ready for quick installation • Cost-saving fan clutch rebuild kits • Alliance spring-engaged Dm-style fan clutches that have the highest torque rating in the industry (more than 5,000 inch-pounds) • Air-engaged fan clutches that include 100% U.S. components, two-bearing design, higher-quality lining and superior Viton O-rings.
Alliance Clutch Product Line
With the expansion, the Alliance clutch product line now includes a complete offering of new allmakes clutch assemblies, install kits, flywheels and complementary components. The product line features the newest clutch technology, including Easy Effort and Autoset Clutches with all new components, which is the latest in self-adjusting clutch technology.
All heavy-duty clutches will be backed by a twoyear/unlimited-mile nationwide warranty.
All medium-duty clutches and fan clutches will be backed by a 1-year/unlimited-mile nationwide warranty serviceable at more than 800 locations including Freightliner, Western Star and Thomas Built Buses dealerships in the U.S. and Canada.
Like I always say, prevention is the best treatment. Practicing good hygiene which includes frequent hand washing is one of the best ways to reduce the spread of hepatitis A. It is especially important to wash your hands after using the toilet, changing a diaper or before preparing food. There is also a vaccine for hepatitis A that some travellers decide to get before they go on vacation. To add to this, it is always a good idea to research the resort or hotel that you are planning on staying at to see if the water is safe to drink and that they have not had any hepatitis A outbreaks recently. It is good practice to peel and/ or wash all fresh fruits yourself and only drink beverages of known purity. Whenever possible, drink only bottled water and use it to brush your teeth. Finally, avoid undercooked or raw meats or fish.
Although hepatitis A is usually a not a life-threatening infection, it can cause significant discomfort and inconvenience. Thus, keep these simple tips in mind and your liver will thank you for it.
Until next month, drive safely.