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Synonyms for counterweight

a weight that balances another weight

constitute a counterweight or counterbalance to

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The PL83 and PL87 feature well-appointed operator stations with a redesigned joystick that places all boom, hook and counterweight functions in a single right-hand control lever.
While Norton said, they'd never completely abandon the counterweight business that has made them what they are today, they would like to see their share of the engineered casting market continue to grow.
If you add 10 kg to your counterweight, what's the new maximum distance that the 2-kg pumpkin will travel?
An integrated counterweight adjusts to any bore diameter through a separate scale for high-speed operation.
Weighs in at 77,269 pounds and comes standard with a 13-foot, 1-inch arm and 16,314-pound counterweight and 32-inch triple semi-grouser shoes
Excavator weighs 106,180 pounds and comes standard with a 12-foot, 10-inch arm and a 20,172-pound counterweight.
But when Jason leapt, he was hoisted into a net - and Myleene was told she could only get him down by showering to release a counterweight.
Partnering with Winfrey gives XM a counterweight to Stem's popularity without the controversy that surrounds Stern's show.
A counterweight is attached to the shorter arm and a sling containing the ammunition is attached to the longer arm.
Her take on Jewish identity serves as counterweight to Bey's direct, straightforward approach.
No wonder Latin American nations are eagerly wooing the world's newest superpower, both as a parking spot for some of China's staggering $600 billion in foreign reserves and as a welcome counterweight to Western nations.
The Kit includes two composite end caps and an elastomeric counterweight which is used to fine-tune balance and reduce shock and vibration.
The system offers simultaneous clamping of adjusting cartridge and counterweight to ensure precision accuracy and safe operation at high speeds.
For maximum practicality, the whole cab can be tilted backwards hydraulically over the counterweight in only 40 seconds to give full service access to the engine compartment.
This book acts as something of a counterweight to the story of Anne Frank and her family but the picture it paints is in its own way just as moving and instructive.