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November 2014, TruckingInfo.com - Test Drives

QuickSpin: Using Eaton's Procision Dual-Clutch Transmission

Even on a 20% grade, the Hill Helper held the truck until the clutch engaged and the engine got the truck moving. On the downslope the clutch held the truck in gear until an upshift was necessary. It never coasted downhill.

By Jim Park

Eaton’s Procision dual-clutch medium-duty automated transmission promises automatic-like driver feel with manual performance attributes.

Tags: Dual-Clutch, Eaton, Transmissions, Automated Manual Transmissions, Quick Spin

October 2014, TruckingInfo.com - Editorial

Automation is Taking Over

Rolf Lockwood, Executive Contributing Editor.

By Rolf Lockwood

Why bother adding the ability to shift a crash box to the training required by a newbie driver?

Tags: Automation, Transmissions, Automated Manual Transmissions

April 2014, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

Transmission Trends

Most automated manual transmissions go into highway tractors, but Eaton offers three vocational versions of the UltraShift Plus for on/off-road trucks such as dumps and mixers.

By Tom Berg

The swing continues toward heavy automated products, but manuals still dominate. Light and medium trucks are almost all ‘shiftless.’

Tags: Volvo, Cummins, Eaton, Mack, Transmissions, Allison Transmission, Daimler Trucks North America, Automated Manual Transmissions

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