Heavy Duty Trucks
Your truck could be pulling an RV, Cargo, Racing, Vending, Concession, Agriculture, or any number of trailers types. With the trucks listed below, even if you have air springs on the truck you still have a solid mechanical hitch connecting the trailer. Your trailer is continually absorbing the shock from the roads and your truck. To reduce that shock by as much as 80% you need an air ride hitch. These vehicles require a low-profile hitch to be able to connect the trailer and keep the trailers level.
Do you have any of the following trucks and pull a trailer of fewer than 32,000 lbs:
- Freight Liner (FL series)
- Peter Built
- Toter Home
- Ford F450, F550, F650
- Chevy HD’s
- Dodge HD’s
- Class 6 and 8
With any hard connection hitch, the solid connection to the trailer causes your tow vehicle to feel every bump your trailer feels and your trailer feels every bump your vehicle feels.
Have you arrived at your destination and found the trailer contents suffered damage from all of the bouncing because of bad road conditions and you have to spend time putting your trailer and contents back together?
All of the problems noted above are faced by thousands around the globe on a daily basis. Many of the problems above can be solved or drastically reduced if you place an air hitch between your tow vehicle and your trailer. An air hitch cushions the ride of the tow vehicle and the trailer.
Our System utilizes “HEAVY DUTY” airbags to absorb the shock, bounce, and vibration that usually come with pulling a trailer with a hard connection tow hitch. This allows the trailer to rock back and forth on its natural axis as it was originally designed to do. Our hitches Will fit your Fifth (5th) Wheel, Gooseneck, and Receiver hitches.
Because you are not bouncing all over the road all 4 wheels stay in contact with the pavement, on panic braking, nosedive is virtually eliminated.
Driver fatigue is greatly reduced and your family, friends, and animals Will enjoy the smoother, less bouncy ride.
The wear and tear on your truck and trailer Will be greatly reduced. You can add air springs to the truck and to the trailer, but this will not fix the problem if you still have a hard connection hitch. Fix the problem at the source, with a trailer air hitch you do not need air suspension on the trailer or truck unless you just want all the comfort you can get and don’t mind paying for it.