undercarriage


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framework that serves as a support for the body of a vehicle

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PLUS uses oil-lubricated, rotating bushings that are free to rotate, unlike fixed bushings used on conventional undercarriage systems, noted Komatsu America.
The man, believed aged 24, was found in the undercarriage of the plane and was taken to hospital.
He retracted the undercarriage and tried again, but was again told "no wheels down".
The pilot who had 200 hours experience on fixed wheel aircraft, had checked the undercarriage was down and locked before the otherwise gentle, ontarget landing.
Turin based Intesa Sanpaolo is one of Europe's largest corporate banking groups, with net assets of over ten billion euros and led the banking syndicate that financed Titan's acquisition of the undercarriage division in 2006.
The machine can also be purchased with a steel track undercarriage.
cast and assembled the truck undercarriages for the recent series of WMATA trains and will soon provide the same complete scope services for truck assemblies for the Triangle Transit Authority in North Carolina.
The aircraft, arriving in Melbourne from Bangkok, reportedly burst a tyre and had a small fire in its undercarriage when it landed at the Australian airport.
We at LVS decided to put our efforts into the undercarriage strategy for ArvinMeritor as it is part of our heritage, it's in our DNA," says Sidney Del Gaudio, vice president and general manager of LVS undercarriage systems for ArvinMeritor.
20am, but there was a problem with the undercarriage and the Cessna Crusader skidded about 400 yards before coming to rest about 250 yards from the plastic rails near the start of the Cesarewitch course.
The undercarriage of the light aircraft collapsed as it landed in the early hours of this morning.
When they arrived, they found a man in his 40s under the train that had struck him, with his torso and legs trapped in the train's undercarriage.
THE BODY of a stowaway was found in the undercarriage of a freight plane after it landed at Heathrow Airport.
In August 1997, a flight to Knock was re-routed back to Manchester after the pilot noticed a fault with the plane's undercarriage.
AN investigation was under way last night after the undercarriage of a jet collapsed at Birmingham International Airport.