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Webb Brake Adjusters introduces line for transit applications

Posted on May 18, 2016

Webb Brake Adjusters, a Marmon Highway Technologies®/Berkshire Hathaway company, is expanding its line to include a complete family of Automatic Brake Adjusters for intracity bus and intercity motorcoach applications. These clearance-sensing automatic brake adjusters are designed for the severe-duty requirements of the transit market.

Bryan Long, Director of Sales for Webb Brake Adjusters, commented "We are excited to launch our full line of automatic brake adjusters specifically designed for the demanding requirements of city bus and motorcoach applications. With this product line expansion Webb now has a complete line of adjusters for any heavy duty trucking or transit need."  

Webb's transit automatic brake adjusters utilize the proven clearance sensing design and are available in 5.5-inch to 7-inch arm lengths in 10, 26 and 28 spline models. These products are sold worldwide for OEM first fit and in the aftermarket through several nationwide distributors. Learn more at www.WebbAdjusters.com.


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