: How Front Independant Suspension Works!!



RobertCTS
10-01-06, 05:39 AM
I'm sure you have heard the term, "Independent Suspension", but some of you may not know exactly what it means. Basically, when one wheel of a vehicle hits a bump or pothole, it will move up or down to compensate while the other wheel remains steady. Each of the wheels is independent of the other. Watch this commercial about the Nissan Pathfinder, to see exactly how it works.

Now I understand! Thanks OldsRoadDawg!:bouncy:
The Lazy Asian: Foreign Car Commercials (http://lazyasian.blogspot.com/2006/08/foreign-car-commercials.html)

Frost
10-01-06, 05:50 AM
Thank you Robert for that indepth explanation c/w visual tools.

RobertCTS
10-01-06, 08:25 AM
Show and tell models work IMO. It took less than a minute to explain.:)

dp102288
10-01-06, 10:07 AM
Oh. Well I learned something. :D

eldorado99
10-01-06, 02:01 PM
Who knew learning could be so much fun?

Stoneage_Caddy
10-01-06, 05:20 PM
I was always a fan of silicone bushings

RobertCTS
10-01-06, 09:02 PM
I was always a fan of silicone bushings

Silicone works for me!!!:bouncy:

EcSTSatic
10-01-06, 09:03 PM
Did anyone else notice she was wearing a seat belt? :)

RobertCTS
10-01-06, 09:11 PM
Did anyone else notice she was wearing a seat belt? :)

Seat Belt???:confused:

Stoneage_Caddy
10-01-06, 09:36 PM
ahh a reason to "replay"

dp102288
10-02-06, 09:38 AM
There were seatbelts?! Sorry, my view was obstucted.