Meritor expands new AllFit series product portfolio

Meritor expands new AllFit series product portfolio

Meritor's North American Aftermarket business has announced the immediate availability of truck and trailer suspension controls as part of its new AllFit product series. Included are ride height controls, load scale, lift axle controls, dump valve units and single axle dump systems.

Meritor’s North American Aftermarket business has announced the immediate availability of truck and trailer suspension controls as part of its new AllFit product series. Included are ride height controls, load scale, lift axle controls, dump valve units and single axle dump systems. The control products are available immediately to North American warehouse distributors and OEM dealers from the company’s Florence, Ky., and Brampton, Ontario, distribution centers.

Also announced is availability of a Meritor-brand shock absorber product line that replaces the Gabriel shocks sold previously by the company. The new Meritor shock absorbers for Class 6-8 linehaul trucks, trailers, vocational vehicles and school buses, according to the manufacturer, feature an advanced sealing system, premium hydraulic fluid, and a design aimed at reducing excessive misting and extending product life. The three Meritor shock absorber product lines include Cab shocks designed to isolate the cab from the vehicle’s frame, Standard-Duty shocks, and Premium Adjustable shocks that can be converted to regular, firm or extra firm settings to support a variety of ride preferences.

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