NEW ALBANY, Ohio
Aug. 14, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Commercial Vehicle Group, Inc., (Nasdaq: CVGI) a leading supplier of fully integrated system solutions for the global commercial vehicle market, is pleased to announce that its Sprague Devices
brand is introducing a new line of all-makes wiper motors to the Class 6-8 truck aftermarket.
For decades, Sprague has been a major supplier of wiper motors and complete systems for multiple medium- and heavy-duty truck platforms. Sprague's new line of replacement wiper motors is of Original Equipment (OE) quality and exceeds SAE's J198 standards for truck wiper systems. This assures vehicle owners that their replacement motors will feature the same functionality, durability and configuration as their existing wiper motors.
Dealers and distributors will now be able to stock a small range of motors, wiring harnesses and brackets that cover most Class 6 through 8 trucks in the North American aftermarket. These easy-install replacement motors come with connectors that eliminate the need to splice wires.
Resellers and service technicians can confidently recommend and select the correct motor for their customers' vehicles with an easy to understand application chart. This easy to use chart enables customers to select the correct products by referencing the vehicle brand, platform and year. Detailed connector information is also available for cross-reference by service technicians and mechanics.
, Vice President and General Manager of Industrial Markets and Parts for Commercial Vehicle Group stated, "We are excited to increase CVG's service offering to the North American aftermarket with our new line of all-makes replacement wiper motors from Sprague Devices
"This new line of motors and hardware opens up the opportunity for dealers and distributors to easily and simply service a broad range of vehicle makes and models never before possible. Installers will have the confidence that they will be replacing their customer's motor with a unit that ensures the same functionality and configuration as the original unit," Miller added.