Link’s 20K self-steer auxiliary suspension features the company’s proprietary Swift Mount technology that facilitates faster installation, with interchangeable ride height brackets and a stepped-edge on the frame bracket that provides a visual indicator to help center the suspension on the truck. Rear air spring brackets are compatible with wide flange frame rails, accomplished by having the air fittings oriented to the outside; the air fittings also can be repositioned to the inside if desired, and the air springs can be removed and replaced without needing to remove the bracket from the truck. An optional bulkhead air control system fits within each axle’s compact mounting envelope. All air fittings are push-to-connect, and the air tanks are designed to mount slightly above the crossmembers, protecting them in cases where the suspension bottoms out. The suspension also features rugged cast lift arms and the company’s Link-Koat migratory self-healing metal treatment for corrosion resistance and rust protection.
Link Manufacturing, www.linkmfg.com