Chassis/Running Gear

  • HS chassis 24 26

    CHASSIS

    FEATURES

    • The H&S Model 4124 chassis is ideal for the 20', 21' & 22' front and rear unload industrial forage boxes, and 20', 22', & 24' Wide Body forage boxes.
    • The 24/26 Chassis can accommodate 22', 24', & 26' front and rear unload industrial forage boxes, and 22', 24', & 26' Wide Body forage boxes.
    • Both models of trailer chassis feature heavy gusseted box style framing for superior strength and oscillating tandem axles for flexibility.
    • Both models also have an adjustable slider axle to weight balance forage boxes.
    • Greaseable Swivel Hitch is standard on the 24/26 model.
    • 4124 options include clevis, bullnose or pintle hitch, 425 x 22.5 used truck tires, 21L x 16.1 implement flotation tires, 550/45 x 22.5 tires, brakes and scale system.
    • 24/26 options include 425 x 22.5 used truck tires, 21L x 16.1 implement flotation tires, 550/45 x 22.5 tires, 600/50 x 22.5 tires, brakes and scale system.
  • HS runninggear single axle

    SINGLE AXLE RUNNING GEAR

    FEATURES/OPTIONS

    • H&S models 406, 408, 410, 412, and 415 have L-shaped front spindles with structural bracing to withstand high stresses from shock loads.
    • Models 416, 417, and 420 utilize a T style spindle assembly, and use truck type steering because of increased torque loads that result from the use of wide flotation or truck tires.
    • Models 415 through 420 – utilize thrust bearings to assure dependable, smooth turning and straight trailing.
    • The tele-pole is made of structural tubing and the mounting plates have wide spacing between them to reduce sway and increase the strength of the pole.
    • King Pin, Hitch Pin, Spindles, Tie Rod Ends and Tie Rod Steering Pivot Point are all wear protected by replaceable oil impregnated steel bushings and are greaseable as well.
    • Full contact Turn stops distributes the pressure exerted in tight dragging turns along the bolster face – this reduces the possibility of bunk damage or collapse.
    • All H&S 4 wheel models (except the 406) have a rear hitch.
    • Running gears from 12 ton on up have 4-bolt brake flanges as standard equipment so that optional hydraulic surge brakes may be installed.
    • The tie rod is positioned behind the bolster on all models and is a one-piece design that reduces the number of wear point that could change the toe-in and tracking.
    • A rocking bolster is standard on the 416 running gear.
    • A spring assist tongue is standard on all models (except the 406, where it is optional) and it is adjustable from a light assist to full support.
    • Stake pocket wear plates are standard on ALL MODELS!
  • HS runninggear tandem axle

    TANDEM RUNNING GEAR

    FEATURES/OPTIONS

    • H&S tandem models have L-shaped front spindles with structural bracing to withstand high stresses from shock loads.
    • Heavy running gears – models 617 and 622 utilize thrust bearings to assure dependable, smooth turning and straight trailing.
    • The tele-pole is made of structural tubing and the mounting plates have wide spacing between them to reduce sway and increase the strength of the pole.
    • King Pin, Hitch Pin, Spindles, Tie Rod Ends and Tie Rod Steering Pivot Point are all wear protected by replaceable oil impregnated steel bushings and are greaseable as well.
    • Full contact Turn stops distributes the pressure exerted in tight dragging turns along the bolster face – this reduces the possibility of bunk damage or collapse.
    • Running gears from 12 ton on up have 4-bolt brake flanges as standard equipment so that optional hydraulic surge brakes may be installed.
    • The tie rod is positioned behind the bolster on all models and is a one-piece design that reduces the number of wear point that could change the toe-in and tracking.
    • A spring assist is standard on all tandem axle models and it is adjustable from a light assist to full support.
    • Stake pocket wear plates are standard on ALL MODELS!