idler arm


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idler arm

[′īd·lər ‚ärm]
(mechanical engineering)
In an automotive steering system, a link that supports the tie rod and transmits steering motion to both wheels through the ends of the tie rod.
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The parallel-link steering subsystem is essentially a four-bar mechanism consisting of a pitman arm, center link, and idler arm.
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By using the most modern techniques for designing, testing, machining, and assembly, Powers and Sons manufacturers extremely high quality steering linkage components -- including pitman arm, idler arm and tie rod end assemblies -- for passenger cars, and light, medium and heavy duty trucks.
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If you forget too often, though, the bearings dry out and the idler arm freezes.
The kit includes the pitman arm, idler arm, center link, upper and lower controls arms, ball joints, rear springs and shocks found on the M1097A2 vehicle for the rear of basic and A1 HMMWVs.
If you miss too often, the bearings dry out and the idler arm freezes.
These products include a master brake cylinder or idler arm, or a pair of shock absorbers, brake calipers or coil springs.
31, 1992, shall be issued a coupon for $50 if the service involved the replacement of one or more of the following items: -- a pair of brake calipers -- a pair of coil springs -- a pair of shock absorbers -- a master cylinder -- an idler arm.
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M2 Technology is now available in a growing range of Moog ball joints, tie rod ends, idler arms and sway bar links for popular passenger cars, vans, light trucks and sport utility vehicles.