1977-02-01

Applying the “Pressure” to a Liquid Spring Off-Highway Truck Suspension 770768

The compliance provided by the spring in a vehicle suspension system is vital to reduce dynamic inputs from loads and surface irregularities. A liquid compression spring device has been developed as an alternative to mechanical, oil/pneumatic and rubber types. Liquid springs exhibit a desirable combination of simplicity, safety, compact size and excellent dynamic response and ease of servicing.

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