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Performance and function of guide pulley

[Abstract]:
The guide pulley is mainly used to stabilize the torque of the wheel and the reaction force of the wheel relative to the steering shaft. With good wear resistance, long service life, etc.

The guide pulley is mainly used to stabilize the torque of the wheel and the reaction force of the wheel relative to the steering shaft. With good wear resistance, long service life, etc..

Excellent performance of guide pulley

1. Good wear resistance, long service life, is about 4 times the cast steel wheel;

2. Self lubrication, protection of steel wire rope;

3. Noise reduction;

4. Light weight, small inertia, convenient construction, low cost

5. Anti-corrosion insulation;

6. The use of wide temperature range, can be in the long

Effect of guide pulley

In addition to the guide pulley steering, while the vehicle performance has run straight in without turning, is positioning, stability and stability of the wheels of the guide pulley {wheel tire lateral elasticity, steering mechanism, steering mechanism friction structure in the round.! a stable is the use of land and all kinds of wheels of the counter force relative to the steering knuckle.