Rear Axle

Some articles on axle, rear axle, rear:

General Motors Precept
... The Precept used two 35 kW electric motors, one on the front axle and one on the rear axle ... The rear axle was also hooked up to a diesel engine or other mechanical power source capable of driving the rear wheels directly or of generating ... When the rear wheels were powered, the diesel genset was on ...
Self-levelling Suspension - History
... In 1954, Citroën introduced the first self-levelling rear suspension, and then in 1955 pioneered self-levelling of all four wheels, using its ... In 1966, Rolls-Royce licensed Citroën's hydropneumatic system to fit to the rear axle of the Silver Shadow ... At first, both the front and rear of the car were controlled by the leveling system the front levelling was deleted in 1969 as it had been determined that the rear levelling did almost all the ...
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG - Models - SLS AMG Coupé Black Series (2013–)
... Other features include electronically controlled AMG rear-axle differential lock with a shorter rear-axle ratio, new AMG RIDE CONTROL performance suspension (tauter basic tuning and ... Optional AMG Aerodynamics package includes a fixed adjustable carbon-fibre rear aerofoil in the style of the SLS AMG GT3, rear aerofoil braced by ...
Dennis Falcon - Design
... engine driving forward above the Dennis-built portal rear axle to a Voith gearbox and reversing unit which then took drive rearward into the driving-head of the axle ... into a straight Kirkstall spiral-bevel double-reduction rear axle ... For these types the frame was raised aft of the rear axle to provide clearance for the under-slung engine ...

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