Monday, July 14, 2008

Understanding independent front suspension

Every modern car on the road has 'INDEPENDENT FRONT SUSPENSION,' but many do not know exactly what this means, or how exactly this tremendous innovation works. Essentially, both wheels are independent of each other, hence that expression. For a superb demonstration of how a pair works in harmony, watch this German commercial for the Nissan Pathfinder -- a moving experience which should benefit your understanding of this fine piece of engineering. Best explanation I've seen. These Germans know what they're doing.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Had to watch a few times to really get it. :)

Actually, wait a sec, not sure I have yet..


- Sam P

7/14/2008 05:25:00 pm  
Blogger Oswald Bastable said...

Where can I buy a rusk....

7/14/2008 09:31:00 pm  

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