Telescopic shock absorber for motor car, 1967.
3 4 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 26cm

Telescopic shock absorber for motor car, 1967.

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Description

Shock absorbers are the devices in a car's suspension system which damp out oscillation when the vehicle's wheel pases over an irregularity in the road surface. Hydraulic dampers are now used, which consist of a piston sliding inside an oil-filled cylinder, with the flow of the oil controlled by spring-loaded valves. This example was made by Woodhead Manufacturing Co.
 

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10221379
 

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