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torque rod fuctions

torque rod fuctions

torque rod fuctions

(OP)
what is the significant fuction of torque rod in suspension system. what load acts on it?

regards
thilak

RE: torque rod fuctions

What part are you calling a torque rod? Which directions does it run ? between which components?

Without knowing the answer to this lot - a torque rod on a motorbike is used to react the brake torque from a drum brake - I suspect you are after something similar.

Cheers

Greg Locock

RE: torque rod fuctions

(OP)
greg
I talk about the torque rod at the truck suspension between axle and suspension, on both the sides(LH and RH).

regards
thilak

RE: torque rod fuctions

Sorry, that doesn't really help. can you find a picture on the web?

Cheers

Greg Locock

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