Reyco Granning releases new weight variant for 102AR HD suspension

Reyco Granning releases new weight variant for 102AR HD suspension

Reyco Granning releases a new 35,000 lb. gross axle weight rating (GAWR) version of their 102AR-HD suspension. This increases the capacity range of the 102AR-HD family from the 27,000 lb. variant that was released last year. It also acts as an air suspension upgrade compliment to the 79KB leaf spring suspension that was already available in 27,000 and 35,000 lb. capacities.

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Reyco Granning released a new 35,000 lb. gross axle weight rating (GAWR) version of their 102AR-HD suspension. This increases the capacity range of the 102AR-HD family from the 27,000 lb. variant that was released last year. It also acts as an air suspension upgrade complement to the 79KB leaf spring suspension that was already available in 27,000 and 35,000 lb. capacities.

The new higher capacity allows customers to carry additional gear or to revert from a 6×4 specification down to a 4×2, Reyco Granning says. A heavy single axle in lieu of a tandem results in a lower cost vehicle with a shorter wheelbase and tighter turn radius, the company added.

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