Chassis

Suspension spring

Suspension spring

Suspension springs are the link between wheels and car body. Their primary task is to compensate uneven road surfaces and thus provide an assurance of high levels of ride comfort. Secondly, they must ensure...

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Spring strut support bearings

Spring strut support bearings

Spring strut support bearings (also known as tower bearings) are part of the spring damping system, acting as the interface between spring strut and car body. As an important construction element of...

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Single-tube gas-filled shock absorbers

Single-tube gas-filled shock absorbers

Single-tube gas-filled shock absorbers work along the same principle as a conventional hydraulic shock absorber, but also have a gas cushion that be compressed, therefore creating space for the compressed oil...

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Hydraulic shock absorber

Hydraulic shock absorber

The hydraulic shock absorber mostly comprises of a cylinder filled with hydraulic oil and a piston, which moves with every vertical movement of the wheel. This piston glides up and down when the...

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Wheel suspension

Wheel suspension

The wheel suspension is part of the chassis. The chassis comprises the following components: wheels, wheel carrier, wheel bearing, brake, wheel suspension, axle support, suspension (including anti-roll bar)...

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Wheel bearings

Wheel bearings

Wheel bearings guide and support shafts and axles. They are part of the chassis, guide the wheels and absorb axial and radial forces. Radial forces are longitudinal forces produced as a result of rotation...

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Shock absorbers

Shock absorbers

In recent years, advances in the development of modern vehicles and increasing engine performance and speed in particular have brought about sharp focus on chassis technology as an area of development...

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