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Axle Load Distrib.
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Roller Resistance 2

Wheels
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Steering Axis Inclination






Assignment

The steering axis inclination determines, together with the caster, the resetting forces and the camber of the steered wheels, also, together with the wheel-rim offset, influences the steering offset.

Function

The steering axis inclination describes the inclination angle, from the top inwards, of a steered wheel. The greater it is, the more the camber is influenced in a positive direction. Apart from that, the resetting forces are increased because the front of the vehicle is raised when turning in. 04/10




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