KIRKLAND, Wash. - Kenworth has published a new brochure containing details about its new lightweight AG30 air suspension offering improved ride, handling and stability.The company says the new suspens...
KIRKLAND, Wash. – Kenworth has published a new brochure containing details about its new lightweight AG30 air suspension offering improved ride, handling and stability.
The company says the new suspension, rated at 38,000 lbs, is designed for O/Os and fleets demanding less weight and a lower chassis height for applications such as tankers, flatbeds, reefers, vans or auto-haulers.
Kenworth claims the new suspension weighs several hundred pounds less than traditional trailing arm suspensions, delivering increased payload, productivity and profits. The AG380’s design structure consists of a stiff, lightweight aluminum beam with a small semi-elliptic taper leaf spring mounted at one end and an air spring at the other.
For more information, visit your Kenworth dealer or visit www.kenworth.com.
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