Air-ride suspension comes in various forms

March 1, 2002
Tuthill Transport Technologies' ReycoGranning 79AR drive axle air-ride suspension offers gross axle weight ratings of 17,000 to 23,000 pounds per axle.

Tuthill Transport Technologies' ReycoGranning 79AR drive axle air-ride suspension offers gross axle weight ratings of 17,000 to 23,000 pounds per axle. Designed for Class 6 and 7 vocational trucks with single drive axles, the 79AR can be adapted to any truck with standard-dimension frame rails.

The 79AR was spawned from the ReycoGranning 79KB steel spring suspension and incorporates existing hangers, axle connections, torque arms, bushings, and hardware. All components are manufactured in an ISO 9001 environment under lean manufacturing methods.

Weighing 447 pounds, the 79AR is available as complete suspension for conversion/retrofit, as a conversion kit for existing 79KB, and as a complete suspension. For full information, contact Tuthill, 2715 N Airport Commerce, Springfield MO 65803.

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