Raydan’s Air Link popular in fire truck industry

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NISKU, Alta. — As Canadian suspension builder, Raydan Manufacturing, shifts its focus to the vocational truck market, it continues to secure its position as the suspension of choice on fire trucks.

Raydan president and CEO, Ray English, recently returned from the International Association of Fire Chief’s trade show in Dallas where Raydan’s Air Link walking beam suspension was installed on many of the leading fire apparatus manufacturers’ trucks.

"We were very pleased to see a number of trucks displaying the Air Link," said English. "We’ve been working closely with major manufacturers to get our product into their lines. The overall response to the Air Link suspension was tremendous from both the OEMs and the end users."

Raydan has been well-received in both the heavy-duty crane and the fire truck markets and now it is aiming to replicate that success in the vocational truck market. The Air Link is available on Mack and Western Star trucks and it can also be retrofitted to other trucks as well.

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