FAQ: Can you give an idea of some of the features of these units?


  1.  Individual, self-contained, side mounting precludes the necessity for a through the axle. This allows unlimited trailer design flexibility and fully cradles the pay-load. Ground clearance, regardless of sheel size, is at the discretion of the designer since the chassis can be raised or underslung.
  2.  By simply varying the quantity or capacity of springs the same basic unit can handle a wide range of loads and EACH corner can be tailored for when an asymmetrically located center of gravity results in unequal loads on each wheel.
  3.  Four standard bolts are all that is required to install the entire shock mount, wheel and brake assembly.
  4. With standard stub axles, wheel sizes can vary from a small 13 inch diameter to large over-the-road transport pneumatics.
  5.  Brakes mounting flanges on both the BANJO and the SAM are compatible with AEROL parking brakes and AEROL hydraulic service brakes.
  6.  There are no shock mount assemblies more compact than the AEROL units.
  7.  The component parts of the AEROL SAM unit are completely inter- changeable between front and rear, left or right. Almost all of the component parts of the AEROL BANJO units are interchangeable one with another except for the back mounting plates between the non- steerable and steerable units.
  8.  Years of testing, actual application and recordings by electronic accelerometers have proven many times over that the AEROL shock mounts can provide the best shock absorbing protection for your equipment.