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  • Abie Musa
    There are two kinds of service brakes, or the brakes that stop your vehicle while driving: disc and drum brakes. Additionally, almost all vehicles come with emergency brakes and anti-lock brakes.
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  • What is axle suspension?

    A solid axle suspension (also called 'live axle' or 'beam axle') houses the vehicle's differential inside the axle itself, connected to the wheels by rigid half-shafts. The entire axle moves as one, so if a left wheel drops into a pothole, the right wheel moves upward in response.24 sept 2001
  • What are suspensions?

    A suspension is a heterogeneous mixture of a finely distributed solid in a liquid. The solid is not dissolved in the liquid, as is the case with a mixture of salt and water.
  • Which agent are used for stability of suspension?

    Xanthan gum in drug delivery applications

    XG is widely used as a suspending agent and stabilizer in suspension due to its safety properties in food and drug applications. Moreover, it is soluble in water and can provide sufficient viscosity in low concentration.
  • How do I soften up my car?

    Here are 4 ways you can improve the ride quality of your car:
    1. Avoid bigger wheels if you want a smoother ride. As a general rule, bigger wheels result in a rougher ride. ...
    2. Choose the right tires. Not all tires are created equal. ...
    3. Change your suspension parts. ...
    4. Make sure your car is the right height.
  • Are bushings important?

    Bushings may seem small, but they play a big role in driver comfort and longevity of a vehicle's steering and suspension system. A bushing acts as a cushion between parts and controls the amount of movement in the joints while reducing road noise, vibration and harshness.

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