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New synthetic axle lube means savings


August 25, 2008
By Kenworth

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kenworth_lubeAugust 25, 2008 — Kenworth customers will receive up
to an estimated 1 per cent fuel economy advantage when PACCAR becomes
the first company to make a new, full synthetic axle lube standard on
its Class 5-8 models in the United States and Canada.

August 25, 2008 — Kenworth customers will receive up to an estimated 1 per cent fuel economy advantage when PACCAR becomes the first company to make a new, full synthetic axle lube standard on its Class 5-8 models in the United States and Canada.

Kenworth will introduce Cognis EMGARD® FE 75W-90 into production at plants in Chillicothe, Ohio, Renton, Wash., and Ste. Therese, Que. Major advantages over conventional gear lubricants include better operating performance, increased gear life, extended drain and all-season lubrication, and reduced maintenance and downtime.kenworth_lube

“Fuel economy is extremely important to customers today and an estimated gain of up to 1 per cent in fuel efficiency can help produce significant annual savings for a truck fleet or owner-operator,” said Gary Moore, Kenworth assistant general manager for marketing and sales.
Cognis EMGARD SAE 50 full synthetic transmission fluid is also standard fill on Kenworth Class 5-8 models and contributes to fuel economy and optimum component protection. Both the synthetic axle lube and synthetic transmission fluid are available at Kenworth dealers.
Cognis is a worldwide supplier of innovative specialty chemicals. The company’s North American headquarters is in Cincinnati, Ohio. More information is available at www.cognis.com.
Kenworth is the recipient of the 2008 J.D. Power and Associates awards for Highest in Customer Satisfaction for Over The Road and Vocational Segment Class 8 trucks. Kenworth’s home page is www.kenworth.com.

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