It seemed logical to expect Dana Corp. would be the favored supplier to handle the rolling chassis for the new Jeep plant Chrysler Group has announced it will build in Toledo, OH, beginning this fall. Dana, like the Jeep plant, also is based in Toledo, has a long history of supplying Jeep with axles and driveline components and pioneered the rolling-chassis concept in 1998 for Chrysler’s shortlived Dodge Dakota pickup program in Brazil. Dana’s frame and axle expertise allowed the ...
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