We wanted to know more about two specific areas: how the front brake load affected the neck area of the frame and how a worst-case bump load impacted the shock mount
areas of the frame and swing arm assembly," Seiter said.
The normal height of the mount under load is about 1 1/4 inches measured from the top of the shock mount
to the top of the mounting base.
Even if a shock mount
is efficient, lack of sufficient sway space could cause secondary collisions, which would have the same effect as having no shock attenuation.
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Its tooling was used to produce the custom-made parts on Buchberger's race car, ranging from a 6061 16 aluminum adapter that's fitted between the transmission and the transfer case to steel trailing arm shock mounts
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