Browse Publications Technical Papers 2007-01-2545

Shock Absorbers with Internal Rebound Spring for Roll Angle Control 2007-01-2545

These shock absorbers with anti-roll springs are used normally in front suspension (McPherson Struts) as an auxiliary to reduce vehicle roll and, in some cases, it may replace the stabilizer bar. Vehicles with low center of gravity and low weight may allow the elimination of the stabilizer bar and the anti-roll function will be replaced by an internal rebound spring in the shock absorber. This alternative brings to the client significant cost savings and mass reduction.


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