1966-02-01

Harnessing Driveshaft Torque Reactions 660158

This paper discusses a linkage analysis of the Jaguar type C torque reactor, reducing linkage configuration to a simple distance ratio and providing for an additional link to assure directional stability during braking. The suspension described is of value to automobile builders who, for cost reasons, must use a solid, live rear axle, but wish to improve performance through improvement in rear wheel adhesion with this simple four-bar linkage.

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