Bearings for the stabilizer back cannot be pushed over the cranked stabilizer. Even with a multi-part stabilizer with a purely cylindrical middle section, it is not possible to push or press the rubber-metal bearings over a long distance. At this point, split bearings must be used, which are folded around the torsion bar of the stabilizer for assembly: bushing halves, dual bushes or coil bushes.
If larger torsional or cardanic loads occur frequently, we recommend a multi-layer
coil bush. (1)
If very large torsional or cardanic loads occur frequently, we recommend a multi-layer
dual bush or bush halves. (2)
If larger torsional or cardanic loads occur more frequently, we recommend a multi-layer slit bushing or a ball joint as stabilizer eye bearings.
The lightweight ball joint, patent pending. With the help
of a new technology, it has been possible to make ball joints such as those
installed in the chassis of trucks and tractors, among other things, in order
to make more than a third lighter. All this without any restrictions in
performance and at a lower price level as conventional ball joints.
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