Control is the key to improving your truck's ride and handling. Air ride suspensions are great but they bounce and rock, overreacting to the bounce and roll especially at highway speed and in the wind.
Donvel uses air springs that are being controlled in milliseconds with our Motion Controls. This gives you a totally different approach and solution to many of the bad effects you are feeling on the highway. What this means for you is greater ride safety and stability, less physical pain and fatigue and reduced maintenance costs. Donvel does this by using the Steer Axle Stabilizers as the first line of defense against bounce and sway and then using the Motion Controls to finish the job by reducing the bounce and sway of the existing air springs on the cab, sleeper, seat, drive axles and trailer axles.
You adjust the pressure needed for each load balance, fifth-wheel setting and trailer axle setting. We build internally how fast the units are reacting to the pressure the driver gives them. They react to each bump by holding and releasing instantaneously reducing the overcompression and snap back of the leaf springs.
This controls the movement of the steer axle and flattens the bump and reduces back slap, body roll and road walk. In addition to reducing bounce, the Steer Axle Stabilizers control sway. If your truck hits a pot hole, or leans in the corners, the Stabilizers will compensate for it instantly and work against that lean.
What all this means is a truck that travels straight down the road with greatly reduced shock and vibration to the truck and yourself.
The steering wheel will shake less in your hands.How to Air Bag your truck for $100 (Air Bag Suspension) Awesome Upgrade
Your ride will be less painful and tiring. Your dash will vibrate less. You will be able to turn corners more safely. You won't have to fight the steering wheel to stay in the road. Your shock absorbers will last longer. Your tires will wear longer with less dipping.
One of our customers said, "We are not exhausted anymore. My wife and I are not oversteering anymore, constantly correcting the truck. I used to get mentally tired focusing on keeping the truck in the road. I can think about other things now because it's so easy to drive. It's an amazing transition. My coffee doesn't spill. The Steer Axle Stabilizers are custom built for each truck to ensure a good fit and factory appearance.
They are shipped assembled with every part included for self-installation and come ready to bolt on. The Steer Axle Motion Controls on the Steer Axle Stabilizers are calibrated at our factory but different levels of control are available.Forums New posts Search forums. Media New media New comments Search media. Resources Latest reviews Search resources. Log in Register. Search titles only.
Peterbilt rough riding suspension. Thread starter wjhuskey Start date Oct 30, I know this is a 93' year model with air leaf suspension and isn't going to ride as smooth as the newer style suspension but it seems like it should ride a little smoother.
When I get on a certain road for my routine haul, it almost throws me out of the seat. Its a very rough road that has been needing to be repaved for about 10 years and they keep patching it in places which makes it even worse seems like.
I've adjusted the leveling valve to where my trucking buddy said it needed to be. It was adjusted wrong when I first bought the truck so I thought that'd help and it did, "some". Here's what I've been thinking about and I want you guys to tell me if its even possible.
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I believe in 94' Peterbilt came out with the unibilt sleeper which had air bags under the cab and sleeper. Is this possible and what else is different about the unibilt? Without considering the new style that's completely air ride, does anyone know how much smoother these particular models are that are part air leaf and part air ride?
Rigjockey In Gord we trust! It could be the seat. I haul fairly heavy 74,lbs on the deck. When it is loaded the truck rides smooth, Empty it rides very rough.It began with one truck driver searching for a better ride. The result was Cabmate. It replaces the solid rear cab mounts with a cushion of air using air springs, shock absorbers, air leveling valves and strategically designed brackets for controlling cab movement.
Cabmate is engineered with the driver in mind. Its patented design reduces road shock and backslap, annoying vibrations, and back stress for drivers while also improving the cab environment, which enhances driver alertness and safety. The air ride produces a quieter, smoother ride and helps control cab maintenance costs.
Link has been the world leader in cab suspensions for over four decades. Since our first model was created inwe have been continually perfecting the design and manufacturing processes. Although our history began by serving Class 8 trucks, Link offers products for numerous customers and various markets. We currently manufacture more cab suspensions than anyone else in the world, and have designed and engineered solutions for:. It replaces the stock rear cab mounts, Freightliner part no. It replaces the original rear cab mount bracket, Freightliner part nos.
It replaces the original rear cab supports; Freightliner part nos. AB and A It replaces the original rear cab mount bracket, Freightliner part no.
It replaces the stock rear cab mounts, Freightliner Part No. It replaces the original rear sleeper mount Freightliner Part No. It replaces the original rear cab mounts, GMC part nos. It replaces the original rear cab mount, GMC part nos.
It replaces the original rear cab mounting including the crossmember and cab interface. Fits most International Series trucks with day cab or extended cabs factory International part no. It replaces the original rear cab mounts center mountInternational part no. It replaces the original upper and lower latch brackets, Navistar part nos. Fits most Internationaland Series daycab conventionals manufactured after March Also fits most International and severe service daycab conventionals manufactured after December manufactured before December require part no.
Fits most International, severe service Series conventionals. Also fits most International Series with Cummins and Caterpillar engines manufactured before January Fits most Kenworth cabovers using the three point mounting system with one hydraulic latch centered on the rear cab support. Does not fit non-sleeper cabs.Having trouble finding your part?
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As long as they keep making these shocks these will be the ones I always buy. Customers who bought this item also bought …. Monroe 65 Series Shock Absorber. Chrome Door Handle Fits Peterbilt. Shop Other Peterbilt Models: Glider Search For:.We carry a full range of suspensions parts for Peterbilt front and rear suspensions. We have pins, U-bolts, shackle kits, shocks, hangers, bolts and bushings. Click part number on the Part List to order online. Please use our contact form or give us a call for any part not listed or if you have any questions.
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Model Spring Pin, Threaded Metric. A, Replaces PB Bushing, Threaded; Metric. For T; T Series. B, B Model ; Incl Bushings. Part of Kit Side Bar. Hanger, Shackle; LH. Hanger, Shackle; RH. Hanger, Shackle. B, M RB Bushing.Staring at your phone will deny you the face-to-face interactions that can help to meaningfully connect you to others, alleviate anxiety, and boost your mood.
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