Ridewell introduces new trailer suspension system

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Ridewell Suspensions has developed a new self-steering, liftable auxiliary axle suspension system for trailers.

The model RSS-232T has a capacity rating of 13,200 lbs. and is available in ride heights ranging from 10 1/2″ to 18 3/4″. The system includes a fully integrated axle and weighs in at less than 900 lbs. The suspension’s simple structure reduces complexity, increases strength and optimizes weight.

Key features of Ridewell’s 232T include: A compact mounting envelope as low as 21.7″ for mid-mount and high mount versions and 22.0″ for the low mount version; 13.5″ of total axle travel; long-life urethane bushings; high tensile steel; and 28 degrees of wheel cut.

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