Ingersoll Axles introduces underslung suspension

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INGERSOLL, Ont. — Ingersoll Axles has announced the introduction of a new fully-integrated underslung suspension.

It is aimed at drop deck, lowboy, specialty van and auto-hauler segments. The new underslung suspension is compatible with all brands and sizes of disc brakes as well as all sizes of drum brakes, the company says.

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Benefits of the new suspension include full compatibility with disc brakes and maintenance-free fully integrated axle connection, the company claims.

The suspension is rated at 25,000 lbs, uses industry standard components and features a low ride height. A lack of u-bolts reduces maintenance costs.

“The underslung suspension is another example of how customers drive innovation at Ingersoll Axles,” said Cheryl Hacking, vice-president of marketing, Ingersoll Axles. “We listen to our customers’ needs and monitor the industry, in order to continuously improve our products, and make sure our technology is on the cutting edge.”

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