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  • Cek Nur Rempeyek Abdullah

    But due to the unusual stress loading of the front suspension during a turn, ball joint wear can drastically affect Ackerman angle. Picture this condition as the lower ball joint on the inside of the turn allows the unloaded inner wheel to move in or out.
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