Essential maintenance tips for heavy-duty truck slack adjusters in truck safety to ensure optimal brake performance.
The crucial role of slack adjusters in truck safety, understanding legal limits, and the innovative features offered by Motor Wheel
The Primaax EX platform is designed for vocational, severe service and heavy-haul applications.
Trailer service pop quiz: Do you consider inspections “maintenance”? Answer: Maybe you should, according to Greg Dvorchak, Engineering Supervisor – Brake and Wheel-End Division, Hendrickson. “Inspection is maintenance,” says Dvorchak. From his perspective, service needs and preventive maintenance are two different things. Preventive maintenance is done to extend intervals between service or avoid unplanned wheel-end
Here are the unintended component service consequences that come from fixing related equipment.
The Haulmaax EX suspension is designed to offer flexibility for trucks that operate in both on- and off-highway conditions.
Motor Wheel, a brand of Hendrickson, proudly announces the rebranding of its Crewson automatic brake adjuster product line under the Motor Wheel name. This change will be seamless to customers but aligns the brake adjuster products with the excellent reputation that the industry has come to expect from Motor Wheel and Hendrickson. Along with the
The Airtek NXT front air suspension and dual steer axle system, along with the Roadmaax high capacity rear air suspension systems, are included as part of the chassis enhancements.
Hendrickson aftermarket support helps keep fleets rolling productively.
Talking through the latest parts and technology trends impacting the aftermarket.
Stronger. Lighter. It’s the dichotomy that nearly all fleets chase when it comes to spec’ing new equipment. This lean, mean spec’ing strategy can boost efficiency and provide equipment longevity. When you think about suspensions for demanding applications, tried-and-true steel spring suspensions spring to mind. (Pun intended.) But what if there was another way–a suspension that
The very nature of electric trucks being simpler, from a component POV, compared with their diesel brethren means that we tend to gloss over the equipment nuances. While the commercial vehicle segment is still wrapping its arms around electric truck applications, so too are we starting to understand the spec’ing strategies that come with an