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sway bar

[′swā ‚bär]
(mechanical engineering)
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The sway bar is a thin metal bar that's attached to the undercarriage by a couple of bushings on top, and then on each end it's attached by links to the wheel's control arms.
Finally, add 14mm hardened washers to the sway bar bracket and torque the bolts to 150 lb-ft.
Huddleston said about 10 minutes before qualifying, his crew found bent part on his car's sway bar.
In addition, the Wildcat 1000 X utilizes Arctic Cat's new sway bar for stability, in conjunction with new, heavy duty FOX Podium shocks and Maxxis Bighorn tires.
3-litre four-cylinder engine, a Mountune kit, a 3-inch cat-back exhaust, a coilover suspension, and a sway bar at both ends.
Tenders are invited for Repairing Of Front Sway Bar Pin Housing ( Both Side) Of Ur 120T Dumpers (20 Nos.
After months of nominations, short-listing, and judging, the winners of this year's 10th annual National Online Recruitment Awards were announced last week, at Sway Bar in Covent Garden, London.
Front hounds are clamped between the front axle and a sand board in the same way as the rear, except that the hounds extend to the front to form a place to attach the tongue, while extending two or three feet behind the axle to support a cross member called a sway bar which rides under the reach.
html), the suspension--now called "Metaldyne Suspension System" (MSS)--is based on a modified short-long-arm design which removes the necessity for a front sway bar.
So again, Hessing made a drastic change to his springs and sway bar.
In addition, a new sway bar has been designed to work in conjunction with all-new shocks.