steering arm

steering arm

[′stir·iŋ ‚ärm]
(mechanical engineering)
An arm that transmits turning motion from the steering wheel of an automotive vehicle to the drag link.
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ISLAMABAD -- Federal Minister for National Food Security and Research, Sikandar Hayat Khan Bosan Friday said locally manufactured tractors are reported to have low performance engine, poor hydraulic distribution system, poor quality hooks and hinges, low PTO power, less robust rear axle, lacks disk brakes and steering arm and are less environment friendly.
Tie rod is also connected to steering arm and relay lever spatially via spherical joints [A.
It looked like he was out of the running for the final podium place but, on the final stage, the steering arm of Tom Morris's Metro 6R4 gave way on a tight left hairpin.
Abu Dhabi junior Mansoor Bel Helai lost time near the end of the stage changing a tyre and Saeed al-Mouri was forced out with a steering arm failure on his Skoda after just 1.
Jones suffered a steering arm problem which was repaired after the first stage and set a competitive pace for the rest of the day with his spectacular driving style entertaining the spectators.
One year I was unlucky to hit a rock and broke the front steering arm, and another year I damaged the back of the car.
They replaced the bent steering arm and made some emergency repairs to the damaged body parts so we could drive back to Cape Town," said Natalie.
Damage to Petrov's steering arm accounted for his retirement, but only after he had limped back to the pits.
Chandhok had earlier failed to finish in the Feature Race due to a damaged steering arm.
I was a bit sick when the steering arm broke," he said, "but it all came right in the end.
He came up with an idea about modifying the steering arm on the car.
The cylinder rod for the forklift's steering arm seems to make a handy step when you climb into the cab from the curbside.

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