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    Reyco Granning suspension for electric vehicles

    April 25, 2019 8:53AM by

    Reyco Granning Electric Vehicle Solutions is producing a new drive axle air suspension designed for electric commercial vehicles. Part of the WorkMaster product family, the new 240AR-EV is based on an existing Model 240AR, but makes room for e-axle packages.

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    Ridewell updates suspension line

    October 16, 2018 10:19AM by

    Ridewell Suspensions has revised and expanded its 233-20K truck and trailer product lines to include galvanized components, while trailer drum brake models have been given a new cross-channel and hanger design. Also included in the truck suspension family are expanded

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    Ridewell offering Bendix ADB22X-LT disc brakes

    January 31, 2017 10:26AM by Truck News

    ELYRIA, Ohio – Ridewell Suspensions has approved the Bendix ADB22X-LT air disc brake for pairing with its axles. The brake was designed specifically for trailers, Bendix says, and will fit five-inch and 5.75-inch trailer axles. Bendix claims its ADB22X-LT trims

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    Ridewell to offer factory integrated air tank for RSS-233 suspensions

    September 26, 2016 10:06AM by Truck West

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Ridewell Suspensions announced it will offer a pre-plumbed, factory integrated air tank kit option for the self-steering RSS-233 8K, 10K and 13K suspension systems. The tank requires a connection to the primary air supply, regulated air supply

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    Ridewell product has Canadian truckers in mind

    December 21, 2015 3:35PM by Martin Smith

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Ridewell Suspensions is targeting Canadian truckers with the release of its steerable trailer axle and suspension – the RSS-233T. Ridewell says its new product is fully integrated, self-steering, has a liftable axle and suspension system and offers

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    June 19, 2015 10:38AM by James Menzies

    Air ride trailer suspensions are often ordered as a complete system, with one supplier providing the axle, suspension and brakes. But for whatever reason, this hasn’t been commonplace on mechanical suspensions, with fleets still having to piece together systems on