SAF-Holland’s Neway rear air suspension available on Pete vocationals

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Updated Oct 9, 2013

SAF-Holland announced that its Neway ADZ Rear Air Suspension is now a published option for Peterbilt Motors’ vocational trucks. Holland says the robust low-weight stable air suspension is suited for heavy- and severe-duty applications.

“Peterbilt has built a reputation for delivering uncompromising quality and durability,” says Peter DeGraaf, Holland’s business unit marketing manager for powered vehicle systems. “The Neway brand is known industrywide for building truck suspensions that are built for a beating. By offering the Neway ADZ, Peterbilt provides industry-leading solutions to the vocational market, while remaining true to its commitment to excellence.”

The ADZ’s enhanced design helps increase durability and stability while optimizing weight savings to increase payload and operating efficiency. Using a proprietary lightweight one-piece integral lower module design, the ADZ is designed for improved roll stability and handling characteristics along with linear roll-rate control technology. A simplified V-rod design replaces traditional torque and track rods.

Holland also recently introduced its SAF CBX69 tridem slider suspension system for trailer applications designed to deliver the same features and benefits of the company’s CBX40 in a triple-axle configuration.