ACTION ! SACHS car set of 3 shocks
SACHS Twin tube double acting gas-hydraulic shock absorbers car set of 3 shocks
The Messerschmitt suspension is made up of three components, the tire, the suspension rubber
and the shock absorber. All three components need to be in good working order to keep the tire properly in contact with the road.
The basic function of a shock absorber is
to keep the Messerschmitt tires in all circumstances in contact with the road.
The shock absorber regulates the movement of the suspension rubbers and is the final crucial link in ensuring a smooth and more importantly safe ride.
Even with new tires and new brakes, unless all shock absorbers are in good working order Messerschmitt safety is compromised because of reduced wheel contact with the road
The New SACHS shock absorbers are twin tube double acting gas-hydraulic shock absorbers
and push the Messerschmitt ride control conditions to a Higher level.
Also the pitch rotation (nose dive) that occurs at braking will be suppressed almost completely
and reduced roll during turns.
When the piston rod moves in (compresssion), some of the oil flows from the lower operation chamber through the piston valve into the upper operation chamber. A quantity of oil corresponding to the volume of the piston rod is thereby pushed through the base valve into the compensation chamber. When the piston rod retracts (rebound), the piston valve takes over the damping function, while a quantity of oil corresponding to the volume of the piston rod flows back through the base valve.
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