LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Link Manufacturing introduced two new liftable suspensions at the Mid-America Trucking Show.
The DuraLift is a self-steer, 13,200 lb.-capacity liftable suspension. The DuraMax is a non-steer, 20,000 lb.-capacity liftable suspension. Both offer lightweight technology and increased durability, according to Fred Krommendyk, product specialist with Link Manufacturing.
“We have incorporated our proven frame bracket system,” says Krommendyk, a move that ensures one base unit will fit on most standard truck chassis configurations. The interchangeable brackets also allow owners to move the suspensions from one truck to another relatively easily.
The DuraLift has repositioned coil spring shocks, which helps improve performance, Krommendyk says. The lift bag is also repositioned for better performance and the company is now offering a three year warranty on the lift bag because of its improved performance.
The DuraMax is available in three ride height kits, seven-9.5″, nine-11.5″ and 11-13.5″, while trailer mounts are available for 15-19″ ride heights. The DuraLift is available in eight-10.5″, 10-12.5″ and 12-14.5″ ride height configurations with a trailer mount available for 15-19″ ride heights.
Both models are available with a factory-installed integrated air system that significantly reduces installation time.
For more information, visit www.linkmfg.com.
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