Dressed up air rides

Hendrickson revealed its new virtually maintenance-free Quaantum FX integrated air-ride trailer suspension systems at the TMC meeting in Tampa last month. The Quaantum FX5 features Hendrickson's new HNP wheel-end system, its HXS extended-service brakes, and long-life shocks and air springs. It comes with a 5-yr. limited warranty covering parts and labor. Hendrickson says the HNP hub uses ADI (Dura-Light)

Hendrickson revealed its new “virtually maintenance-free” Quaantum FX integrated air-ride trailer suspension systems at the TMC meeting in Tampa last month.

The Quaantum FX5 features Hendrickson's new HNP wheel-end system, its HXS extended-service brakes, and long-life shocks and air springs. It comes with a 5-yr. “hubcap-to-hubcap” limited warranty covering parts and labor.

Hendrickson says the HNP hub uses ADI (Dura-Light) material for “one of the most durable and lightweight wheel ends on the market.” It incorporates twin “N” bearings, an “R” seal, Hendrickson's proprietary Precision320 nut system and a self-centering hubcap for a completely rebuildable system.

The Quaantum FX7 features Hendrickson's HUS wheel ends, HXS extended-service brakes, long-life shocks and air springs. It incorporates Hendrickson's Precision320 nut system and a self-centering hubcap. It comes with a 5-yr. “hubcap-to-hubcap” limited warranty and an additional 2-yr. warranty on the HUS wheel ends, resulting in seven years of parts and labor coverage.

The FX7 also includes the WEM (wheel end monitor), which Hendrickson says constantly monitors wheel-bearing condition and signals bearing spalling by flashing a red light when activated with a magnet.

Both suspension systems will become available this summer.
www.hendrickson-intl.com

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