Exemplary steering knuckles described herein can comprise a hub, a spindle, a tie-rod arm, and a steering arm integrated into a one-piece casting.
The shock-absorbing members are disposed between each guide wheel support member and the corresponding steering arm, and mitigate the impact load transmitted from the guide wheels to the steering arms.
The steering arm can comprise a yoke portion, a steering system connection portion, and a recessed opening through the steering arm between the yoke portion and the steering system connection portion.
The first and second steering arms are coupled to the steering motor.
The actuator arm (71) is coupled to a steering arm (35) via an engaging member (73).
A vehicle test apparatus having a rotationally supported steer member (156) and a steer arm assembly including a steer arm (152, 154) operable coupled to the steer member (156) and movable therewith.
The tie rod arms (41, 42) comprise an adjusting device (71, 72) for varying the position of the points of contact (61, 62).
When the actuator arm (71) moves along the cover member (51) in the axial direction (X1), the steering angle of the steering arm (35) varies depending on the amount of movement of the actuator arm (71).