Self-steering suspension adapts to almost all chassis

Jan. 1, 2003
Link Mfg's patented Model 9000 self-steering liftable suspension is flexible enough to adapt to almost all chassis. By mounting one of four interchangeable

Link Mfg's patented Model 9000 self-steering liftable suspension is flexible enough to adapt to almost all chassis.

By mounting one of four interchangeable frame brackets, the Model 9000 can adjust to fit any standard application. This means a truck parts distributor or body builder can maintain low inventory levels and still provide flexibility in product availability. These bracket sets can provide ride heights ranging from 8" to 16".

The Model 9000 offers a compact mounted envelope of 23", pre-plumbed air kit, parallelogram design, modular body, and interchangeable frame brackets adjustable for frame widths from 33.5" to 35". For additional information, contact Link, 223-15th St NE, Sioux Center IA 51250.

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