Automotive Dictionary: Anti-Roll Bar

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Automotive Dictionary: Anti-Roll Bar
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Anti-Roll Bar:


Anti-Roll Bar
A suspension aid that increases resistance to body roll without giving a stiffer, less comfortable ride. The centre of the bar is attached to the underside of the body, the ends of the bar are bent through right angles and attached to the suspension control arms. U-shaped bar, with ends linked to the axle or wheel assemblies, and usually turning in rubber mountings on each side of the chassis. The suspension acts so that the body and axle remain parallel and the bar turns in its brackets, any body roll being resisted by the torsion set up by the anti-roll bar.
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