Reyco Granning Releases DM400e Slider Suspension, Boosts Manufacturing Capacity

Reyco Granning has released the DM400e Slider Suspension into the trailer market. This enhanced version of their classic DM400 slider suspension is now in production and the company has already hired more workers to keep up with the demand.

Reyco Granning has released the DM400e Slider Suspension into the trailer market. This enhanced version of their classic DM400 slider suspension is now in production and the company has already hired more workers to keep up with the demand.

According to Bill LaGue, Director of Trailer Sales, this new model was needed to keep up with the competitive market and the demand for better ROI from our customers.

 “The engineers at Reyco took a great product and made it even better.  For the end customer this enhanced design keeps the notable 33% stronger and increased durability vs. a conventional design while lightening the weight by 67 lbs. from the original DM400.  The DM400e allows the fleet to increase their pay load capacity, keep the trailer on the road and out of the shop which in turn increases their profits.  Another part of the enhancement will provide the OEMs increased efficiency during the installation process which includes shipping, transporting and air line plumbing.”

The DM400e has already taken off with success in the market with large orders placed by some key customers.

 “Our customers have been asking us for a better price, but with the durability they expect from Reyco and now that we have delivered that price, the response has been phenomenal,” said Brien Scheffee, VP of Sales and Marketing.

Other standard features include Reyco Granning’s patented Rey-Align alignment system, plumbing guide improvements, TensionRight washers for the pivot bolt and a standard Air Pin Release system.  A variety of optional features are also available, including galvanized subframe, disc brakes, load block [anti-dock walk], auto front axle lift, manual or auto dump and tire inflation system prep.

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