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STEERTEK NXT Available On International Buses

WOODRIDGE, Ill. — Hendrickson Truck Commercial Vehicle Systems announces the expansion of its STEERTEK NXT portfolio of fabricated front steer axles to include 10K and 12K capacities for the medium-duty truck and bus segments.

These new configurations are now available to order on International MV trucks and IC Bus CE Series buses as optional equipment. Hendrickson’s proprietary design and manufacturing process saves weight compared to traditional I-beam axles while combining rigid strength, outstanding maneuverability, and reduced maintenance. These new axles come with a best in class service interval of 40,000 miles and feature an exclusive 10-year, 1-million-mile warranty. The STEERTEK NXT axle will be released within TOPS on April 15.

Available in capacities from 10,000 to 14,600 lbs. per axle, STEERTEK NXT is approved for on-highway & medium duty truck bus and motor home applications. For additional information on STEERTEK NXT, please contact Hendrickson Truck Commercial Vehicle Systems at 630-910-2800 or www.hendrickson-intl.com.

About Hendrickson
Hendrickson, a Boler company, is a leading global manufacturer and supplier of medium- and heavy-duty mechanical, elastomeric and air suspensions; integrated and non-integrated axle and brakes systems; tire pressure control systems; auxiliary lift axle systems; parabolic and multi-leaf springs; stabilizers; bumpers; and components to the global commercial transportation industry. Hendrickson, based in Woodridge, Illinois, USA, continues to meet the needs of the transportation industry for more than 100 years. Visit Hendrickson at www.hendrickson-intl.com.

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