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Lift axle suspensions either uses airbags or steel springs to raise the axle if it is not in use. In case of
airbags, if two sets are being used, one set will be inflated while the other one will be deflated. Similarly, in case of steel springs raising the axle, the airbags containing the weight will be first deflated so that the springs will be allowed to retract the axle. This raise of the axles can be controlled by the driver, either by using electric switches or by air valves close at hand.
Considering the number of rules and regulations applicable to axle weights and spreads, there is no single lift-axle configuration that works everywhere. No doubt payload capacity can be increased by adding lift able or steerable axles to a truck but it requires great expertise to handle the additional weight and complexity. One needs to consider a variety of factors to get an adequate number of axles in the right place on the frame for a particular application.
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