spring shackle

spring shackle

[′spriŋ ¦shak·əl]
(engineering)
A shackle for supporting the end of a spring, permitting the spring to vary in length as it deflects.
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The 12,000-pound front suspension option is supplied with the single-leaf spring with a rear spring shackle, plus rubber spring bushings on both ends, for longer life and improved ride.
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The highly stressed Anzani engine needed a high degree of maintenance otherwise it became unreliable and the hydraulic brakes were so fierce an emergency stop could shatter the spring shackles.