Ridewell adds 20K steerable auxiliary suspension system

Oct. 24, 2014

Ridewell Suspensions has expanded its RSS-233 product line with a new 20K steerable auxiliary suspension system.

The new system is designed to reduce weight with sacrificing durability, Ridewell said. Its design includes a compact mounting envelope and an adjustable frame width to simplify installation.

The 233 20K suspension comes standard with dust shields to extend the service life of the brakes. Additional features include ride heights of 8 to 15 in. with a 12.5 in. total travel and 9.5 in. lift.

Options include a pre-plumbed air tank and Kaiser King pin.

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