Hendrickson Trailer Parts Catalog

Suspension and Axle Identification Guide

IDENTIFICATION GUIDE

WHERE TO FIND ID TAG ON HENDRICKSON NON-INTEGRATED TRAILER AXLES The model number, customer part number (if applicable), a description and a serial number are imprinted on an ID tag that is attached to the axle (as shown below). Before November 2010, trailer axle product ID tags were made of mylar and located near the center of the axle beam. After November 2010, trailer axle products have a stainless steel ID tag located on the inside edge of the brake cham- ber bracket. The part number is used to identify the axle specifications. This number should be referred to when contacting Hendrickson to determine the appropriate service parts. The serial number is used to identify a particular axle along with all of the component parts as specified by the customer at the time of order. The axle description serves as a generic description of the axle assembly and can be used to determine some axle configuration parameters.

OLD

NEW

Location of New Stainless Steel ID Tag — On Brake Chamber or near Center of Axle

Straight Axle

Mylar ID Tag — Located Near Center of Axle

New Stainless Steel ID Tag for Trailer Axles

TRLAXLE 2947 DETERMINED BY CUSTOMER

MODEL

CUS P/N

NEW ZEALAND PATENT NOS: 510161, 527792, 535511, 536263 AND OTHER ISSUED FOREIGN PATENTS AND PENDING U.S. AND FOREIGN PATENTS. AUSTRALIAN PATENT NOS.: 739422, 2002320074, 2003243658, 2004220148 2006287900, 2006302001

MANUFACTURED UNDER ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PATENTS: U.S. PATENT NOS.: 6024417, 6725743, 7559521, 7585031, 7731300 248384, 251415, 259900 6926122, 7273082, 7506940, 7537224, MEXICAN PATENTE NOS.: 223713, 243519

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DESC

S/N

TM HTA

AXLE

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Refer to Hendrickson Literature No. L977 - Suspension ID Guide

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