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  • Top Ten Reasons to Go Hydraulic
    tiny shafts into water pumps, assemble shock absorbers, blank and form diaphragms, and stake disc brakes together. Jewelers coin Boy Scout pins. Frozen fish blocks are shaped for more efficient processing. Aerospace companies form tough titanium housings. Tuba bells and cymbals are shaped in huge
  • Hydraulic Speed Control
    are linear-acting devices that precisely regulate displacement versus time. Specifically, a load applied to the HSC's piston rod is maintained at a constant speed throughout the entire compression stroke. HSCs, like shock absorbers, transform kinetic energy into heat by means of hydraulic orificing
  • 2003 Lincoln Navigator
    to small changes in amplitude and velocity than thepreviously used twin-tube dampers. The better response is due to larger damping pistons. Largerpistons are possible because the shock absorbers' hydraulic fluid is stored in separate reservoirsrather than in the shocks. An independent-rear
  • Direct-bond bearings challenge inserts
    Coatings make more efficient use of bearing materials and eliminate secondary machining and installation. Dry, unlubricated insert bearings excel in jobs where it's tough to maintain oil and grease lubrication. Applications for insert bearings include sliding and rotating rods in shock absorbers
  • Tried and true
    on paved roads and a smooth ride off-road, Honda engineers incorporate a four-wheel, double-wishbone suspension with front and rear stabilizer bars. The CR-V's progressive valve shock absorbers with gas-filled dampers smoothly handle small and large bumps and vibrations. In fact, Best Ride judges

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