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Myark titanium torsion suspension with bearing greasing system
· Date: December-15-2012 · Views: 1219
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myark
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Registered: October 2012
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December-15-2012 6:41am

On the right hand side picture of the titanium axle is the grease nipple that feeds grease through the center of axle and then upward into the back bearing region that pushed the grease to the outer bearings and out toward the axle nut and will flow out of the end bearing and nut cover seen on the right side hub that has a plastic bung screwed in when the grease is compacted throughout the bub

The nipple is safely tucked into the back of the axle so it cannot be damaged.

The Myark rubber cord torsion suspension torsion bar arm, axle and hubs with lug bolts and nuts are all made from Ti-6Al-4V.

The casing which the rubber cords are placed and easily DIY replaced is made from milled 6061 aluminum; however they can be made from Ti-6Al-4V.

One side torsion suspension including axles, hubs, bearings, lug bolts, nuts and titanium casing for the marine seal weighs 5 kg and is suited for 750 kg trailers although the bearings are 2500 lb. Holden bearing each side.
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