A worn out viscous crankshaft damper will not protect from torsional vibration which will lead to costly engine damage and downtime. That’s why regular viscous damper replacement in heavy-duty applications is critical to longer engine life. While recommended replacement intervals vary depending on engine manufacturer, the average is about 500,000 miles / 15,000 hours or at major overhauls and in-frame rebuilds.
High quality, made in the USA, replacement Vibratech TVD crankshaft dampers are available above for many popular applications requested by engine remanufacturers, truck service centers, fleet maintenance shops and diesel engine repair facilities.
Vibratech TVD has been a supporter of the American trucking industry for over 70 years.
Replacing or servicing a worn out damper does not correct damage already done from abuse, but it will help protect your rebuild investment, contribute to overall operating efficiency and prolong engine life.
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