Gates Auxiliary Belt Drive Systems now OE on DAF models

Gates Auxiliary Belt Drive Systems now OE on DAF models

Gates is now supplying truck maker, DAF with its range of Auxiliary Belt Drive Systems.

In the aftermarket the Gates offers a its Micro-V® Kit Extra Service box, which contains all the components necessary for a complete auxiliary drive system overhaul.

Each kit includes one or more Micro-V® belts, DriveAlign® tensioner(s) and DriveAlign idler(s). 

The first 30 kits cover the major truck and bus marques: Iveco, Scania, DAF, Mercedes, Volvo, MAN and Renault are now available.

As a leading designer of auxiliary belt drives, Gates is already the OE supplier of choice by truck and bus companies worldwide.


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