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Hadley SmartValve

SmartValve Demonstrations including a tankless system on Medium Duty truck.

TMC Technology Meeting & ExhibitionMar 4, 8:00amGeorgia World Congress CenterSmartValve Demonstrations including a tankless system on Medium Duty truck.
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TMC Technology Meeting & Exhibition

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Hadley SmartValve

Just announced! Navistar adds SV as install option before delivery! Order through Navistar Mod Centers for International LT™ Series, RH™ Series, and LoneStar. ... See MoreSee Less

Just announced! Navistar adds SV as install option before delivery! Order through Navistar Mod Centers for International LT™ Series, RH™ Series, and LoneStar.

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The original Ice Road Trucker, Alex Debogorski tells how SmartValve can come to the rescue in a "stuck on a snow mogel" situation. See more of his thoughts on SmartValve in the 2 min version here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvix-2VbuDw ... See MoreSee Less

Ice Road Trucker on SmartValve

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Trailer too high to connect? SmartValve raises your truck suspension OVER RIDE HEIGHT making it possible to further lift the trailer (even fully loaded) so you can stow the landing gear and be on your way. SmartValve makes it possible. ... See MoreSee Less

Raise it to connect it

 

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Derek Dunbar

3 weeks ago

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Hooking up in close quarters? Lift and pull trailer forward BEFORE you raise the landing gear. ... See MoreSee Less

Too tight to access the landing gear?

 

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U forgot lift up before u go dumb guy

You need to watch it again . You can see the trl lift up.

Trailer does lift

As long as the trailer lifts

Don't forget to check the air bubble

During my 15 years driving I always did a pull forward. Never "dropped" a trailer

Tug test

It's all great and all but what if the previous driver didn't drop the bags before dollying off? Or what if the privious truck sat much lower and you can't even get under the trailer in the first place?

Of my 25yrs of driving I’ve never ‘dropped’ a trailer. I always do 2-3 checks before I leave the yard. -Tug test -visually check the king pin -As I pull up, I pull in my ‘johnny’ brake.... Especially in the winter. Always paranoid of dropping it.

It ain’t rocket science...

Those trailers were dropped by yard dogs that's why they're so close together

What sux is when its dropped to high.

That's all well and good I have to deal with yard driver dropping it to high at Toyota

Who the hell drops trlrs that close anyways should go back to truck driving school

The tug can a few you in real cold weather.not judging anyone else,but ill get out and look personally

I do that also but of always look at the pin with a Flashlight to see if the jaw was around the pin

Always visually chk the pin.... always.

Unless the jack ass that dropped it left it too high

Good way to bend landing gear

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