A bar attached to the hounds, in the rear of the front axle, so as to slide on the reach as the axle is swung in turning the vehicle.
Either of the two bars used on couplong the oront ano rear sleds of a logging sled; also, the bar used to couple two logging cars.
A transverse bar linking suspension components. May be solid or tubular. Also called an anti-roll bar, or anti-sway bar.
The sway bar, also known as a stabilizer bar, is made of spring steel and mounts to the frame or unibody. The ends of the sway bar connect to the lower control arms. Helps reduce vehicle lean during cornering. Usefulness: N/A(0 ratings) by Andersen777 () Rate It! this definition is ... useful somewhat useful incorrect spam / offensive
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properly called an anti-sway bar, these steady the chassis against front end roll and sway on turns. Stabilizers are designed to control this centrifugal tendency that forces a rising action on the side toward the inside of the turn. When the car turns and begins to lean over, the sway bar uses the upward force on the outer wheel to lift on the inner wheel, thus keeping the car more level.
Sometimes called the "anti-sway bar," "stabilizer bar," or even (incorrectly) "roll-bar." It is usually a round bar, which connects the left wheel suspension assembly with the right side. It may be found at the front and/or rear. Its main function is to keep both wheels rolling at the same rate when meeting bumps; but it also affects handling.
Sometimes called an "antiroll bar." Bar used to resist or counteract the rolling force of the car body through the turns.
see anti-roll bar.
a good choice to improve handling if the vehicle has a sufficiently strong suspension and thr shock absorbers are in good condition
a simple torsion bar that transfers download laterally
a torsion bar mounted laterally on a suspension and is designed to reduce side sway
A specialized spring which is part of the suspension on a vehicle. NOT part of a trailer hitch. Sometimes confused with a weight distributing hitch.
See stabilizer bar.
An anti-roll bar used in the carâ€(tm)s suspension to counteract the side to side rolling force of a car as it circumvents a corner. Most racecars have one in both the front and rear of the chassis.
A component that's often used in a suspension system to control body roll. A sway bar may be used on the front and/or rear suspension to help keep the body flat as the vehicle rounds a corner. This greatly improves a vehicle's cornering agility. Replacing
A heavy wire that attaches across either or both the front and rear of a vehicle's suspension arms. It is designed to keep equal down pressure on the left and right through turns. When the outside edge of the vehicle is pushed up through a turn the sway bar pushes down on the inside edge to keep the tires on the ground.
A sway bar (also stabilizer bar, anti-sway bar, roll bar, or anti-roll bar, ARB) is an automobile suspension device. It connects opposite (left/right) wheels together through short lever arms linked by a torsion spring. A sway bar increases the suspension's roll stiffness -- its resistance to roll in turns, independent of its spring rate in the vertical direction.