Showcasing Our Leading 13.5K Auxiliary Suspension and Versatile Swivel Ramp at the NTEA Work Truck Show

Feb 14, 2020 Tom Perez

Link will be exhibiting at the 20th annual NTEA Work Truck Show. We will be showcasing our enhanced 13.5K self-steer auxiliary suspension and versatile Swivel Ramp. The NTEA Work Truck Show runs March 3-6 at the Indiana Convention Center and Link will be set up in Booth #2019.

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The Air Link Gen 3 is the Ideal Chassis Suspension for Vocational Vehicles

Nov 27, 2019 Joel Van Den Brink

Now that it’s almost December, heavy snow and icy roads aren’t far behind. Municipalities and private fleets with vocational vehicles ranging from refuse trucks and dump trucks to cement mixers and fire trucks, will soon be looking to add chains to their tires to improve traction and safety. In many locations, dump trucks and refuse …

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How to Easily Spec an Auxiliary Axle

Sep 13, 2019 Jimmy Winslett

Auxiliary suspensions go by many names. You might refer to them as auxiliary axles, lift axles, or third axles. You might even call them pusher or tag axles, depending on where they’re located on the truck. With so many terms all used to refer to essentially the same product, you can imagine spec’ing an auxiliary …

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The Triton Air Suspension is Engineered for the Most Grueling Industries

Aug 30, 2019 Bill Ott

In the world of truck suspensions, there are heavy-duty suspensions and then there are HEAVY-DUTY suspensions. Tipping the scales at a 105K capacity with +/- 4 inches of articulation, our 100% off-highway rated Triton chassis suspension is in a class by itself. It’s only fitting that I’m writing about Triton as we head into Labor …

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Advantages of Our 13.5K Self-Steer Auxiliary Suspension with Air Disc Brakes

Aug 16, 2019 Joel Van Den Brink

As you hopefully know, our 13.5K self-steer auxiliary suspension with air disc brakes recently became available. Disc brakes, which have been standard on passenger vehicles for many years, are becoming increasingly popular in the trucking industry. In fact, according to Heavy Duty Trucking magazine, air disc brakes can currently be found on approximately 25 percent …

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Precision Agriculture Puts a Premium on the Cab Suspension of Ag Vehicles

Jul 18, 2019 Michael Hof

Like many off-highway vehicles, the sophistication of agriculture equipment has advanced exponentially in recent years. We’ve entered the era of precision agriculture, complete with cabs equipped with GPS systems, internet connectivity, and sensors that monitor everything from fuel usage to the nutrient content of the soil. The dashboards of modern sprayers, tractors, combines, harvesters, and …

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Industry Best Lead Times You Can Rely On

Jun 28, 2019 Aaron Tuschen

One of the main truths in business is people want their orders delivered fast. Consumer-based e-commerce sites have conditioned us to expect delivery windows that seem to be shrinking by the day. Link recognizes that the truck industry is trending in the same direction. Customers want their orders in their hands as quickly as possible. …

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Why Choose a Link Air Suspension Over Traditional Rubber Block or Leaf Spring Suspension

Jun 14, 2019 Neil Mardell

If you’re in the market for a new or used heavy vocational vehicle, you know for certain that your truck contributes to your overall productivity and bottom line. You also know the truck will take a lot of abuse, and likely understand that upgrading the chassis suspension can prolong the life of the vehicle and …

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Link Employees Celebrate Our 2 Millionth Cabmate

May 24, 2019 Jim Huls

This week was one of the most memorable and rewarding weeks in my 25 years at Link as we celebrated the production of our two millionth Cabmate premium cab suspension. While we made the official announcement yesterday, the real highlight was the celebration where our management team and special guests were able to recognize and …

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Our 12-Point Checklist for Proper Auxiliary Suspension Maintenance

May 10, 2019 Chuck Boden

Auxiliary suspensions are fairly straightforward in concept - remaining in a raised position when not needed and dropping down to the road to support a heavy load - but a lot of sophisticated engineering goes into the steerable and non-steerable suspensions that Link manufactures. The first thing maintenance professionals notice when examining our auxiliary suspensions …

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