Stabilizers or roll supports are elastically mounted. At the stabilizer back, which tords during operation, they must be connected to the axle in a twist-soft manner. The handlebars are attached to the stabilizer eyes via elastic bushings.
Stabilizer back bearings
At this point, split bearings must be used, which are folded around the torsion bar of the stabilizer for assembly. If larger torsional or cardanic loads occur frequently, we recommend a multi-layer dual bush or bush halves. For large diameters, bush halves may also be multi-layered as the first choice.
Stabilizer eye bearings
Stabilizer eye bearings are typical applications for elastic joints from Jörn GmbH. They must be able to transmit large radial forces, sometimes also large axial forces, allowing small angles of rotation and sometimes withstanding gimbal loads.
If larger torsional or cardanic loads occur frequently, we recommend a multi-layer bushing or slit bushing.
If the gimbal loads on the stabilizer eyes are even greater due to large roll angles, a multi-layer slit bushing can sometimes be at the limit. Then we recommend using ball joints or bushing joints. Our development team knows the limits. Just get in touch with us.