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15.02.2013

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Reaction rods for trucks, trailers and buses

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The DT Spare Parts brand offers a complete range with more than 30 000 different spare parts for trucks, trailers and buses, including all standard reaction rods.

The DT brand products, made of high quality materials, meet your highest quality requirements and guarantee a long period of use.

Reaction rods, in conjunction with V stays, take over all axle control functions and thereby significantly improve the dynamic driving properties of a commercial vehicle. 

On account of the high axle loads and efficiency, rigid axles have established themselves in commercial vehicles. Among the main components of wheel suspension in the case of air-sprung axles are the so-called reaction rods (trailing links). These ensure an optimal axle location with the frame and provide the drive and braking torque support. The result is deal wheel control and optimum driving comfort.

 

DT-Technic Info

All DT Spare Parts brand reaction rods are manufactured from high-quality materials. A hardness test and examination of all materials is carried out “in house”. Professional compressing of the joint pieces ensures a secure connection with high strength. The dimensions of all products comply with the specifications of the original manufacturer, thus ensuring optimum accuracy of fit.

 

Construction of reaction rods

  1. Pipe made of high-quality material
  2. Comressing
  3. Press-fit bushings secured with lock ring.
  4. Rubber hardness according to specifications of original manufacturer.

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