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W01-358-8109 67234-002 Hendrickson Suspension Air Bags

Product Details:
Place of Origin: Guangdong, China
Brand Name: VKNTECH
Certification: IATF16949/ISO9000
Model Number: 1K8109
Payment & Shipping Terms:
Minimum Order Quantity: 10 Pieces
Price: $1.00 - $50.00/Pieces
Packaging Details: CARTON/PALLET
Supply Ability: 2000000pcs/Year

Detail Information

OE NO.: W01-358-8109 Warranty: 12 Months
Type: By Sea/by Truck/by Air Car Model: For Bus/truck&trailer
Price Condition: FOB China Sample: Available
Material: Imported Natrul Rubber Operation: Gas-filled
Brand: VKNTECH Or Customized Service Offered: OEM
Suspension System: Air Suspension Spring Type Of Goods: Air Spring/Air Bags/Air Ballons
Package: Standard Packing Or Customized Payment Term: T/T&L/C
Port: Guangzhou
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Product Description


W01-358-8109 , 67234-002 Air Suspension Spring For HENDRICKSONTruck Air Spring 1K17C8-J,Air Ballons



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W01-358-8109 67234-002 Hendrickson Suspension Air Bags 1









Air Spring Compressed Height 6 in.
Air Spring Type 1T Reversible Sleeve
Diameter 10.62 in.
Maximum Height 23 in.
Piston Height 3.9 in.
Bead Plate Top Diameter 10.38 in.
Top Mount stud
Bottom Stud Configuration 2
Bottom Mount stud
Top Stud Configuration 2
Bead Plate Bottom Diameter 10.75 in.
Application Hendrickson 67234-002
Compressed Height (in.) 6
Extended Height (in.) 23
Firestone Bellows Number 1T17C-8
Piston Width (in.) 10.75
Top Plate Width (in.) 10.38





Warning and Tips


Maintenance of the air springs, Vehicle Check-List

  •  Check the air lines and devices of leakage and that they turns freely.
  •  Check the bellows bearing for damage, correct fastening, deformation, sharp edges.
  •  Check the shock absorbers for operation and impermeability as well as tightness and bearing.
  •  Periodically, check nuts and bolts for proper torque. For specific recommendations see manufacturer's manual.
  •  Check axle suspension, trailing arms and rods for wear. 
  •  Check height control valve to see that it is functioning properly. A properly maintained valve will save unneeded maintenance expense.
  •  Routine inspection of all of the above according to manufacturer's instructions, will extend the life of your vehicle and reduce your overall maintenance expense. 

Air Spring Installation

  1. Before you start installing air springs, make sure you have all the necessary tools and equipment to perform the repair safely.
  2. Familiarize yourself with the suspension on which you are performing the repair by reviewing the manufacturers service guide.
  3. If you are in doubt about something, ask for assistance from a qualified suspension specialist, the suspension manufacturer or the air spring manufacturer; This can save you a lot of time and aggravation later in the job.

Important tips to remember when installing a new unit

  • Check levelling valve, linkage and transmission parts for wear and damage and if necessary replace the damaged parts.
  • Check that the shock absorber for leakages and take a shock absorber test. A defective shock absorber must be replaced.
  • Once the air lines are disconnected, check their entire length for cracks or other damage. Replace worn parts.
  • With the air spring removed, other parts of the air suspension become more accessible. Check for wear or damage of the frame hangers, trailing arm bushings, torque rods, the trailing arms and the air spring mounts. When it is necessary, also replace parts.
  • Check bearing for air spring bellow for external damage, deformation, sharp edges and correct fastening.
  • Before installing the new unit, clean the air spring mounting plates to ensure proper attachment to the suspension.
  • Always use new attaching bolts for the installation and observe the tightening torques. Never use old bolts, because these can fall out.
  • Check the linkage of the levelling valve to see that it is functioning properly. Under load, the linkage should move from the neutral position up to the intake position. This lets air into the springs, which brings the arm back to the neutral position. This lets air into the springs, which brings the arm back to the neutral position. That opens the exhaust valve, allowing air to escape until the arm returns to the neutral position. Then check the driving level.



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