Mechanical Height Control
The Mechanical Height Control is a device which allows the operator to adjust the ride height of a trailer equipped with air ride suspension +/- 3 inches from normal ride position. It is used to manage overhead or ground clearance situations. The Mechanical Height Control is available in two versions; Standard and Whittle style. The standard style has the control level mounted to the inside of the trailer rear frame and is standard equipment on virtually all ROGERS trailers equipped with air ride suspensions. The Whittle style moves the control lever to the outside of the rear frame to the wheel well area and is available as an optional accessory.