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In passenger cars, the spring strut mount is the interface between the spring strut and body.
SpaceX will test each individual strut in the future, Musk said.
The fibular strut allograft was provided by LifeNet Health (Virginia Beach, VA) and was harvested from a 60-year-old male.
When a strut (also called a shock absorber) is working correctly and somebody pushes down hard on one corner of the car, that corner should go down and compress the spring, and then come up once and stop.
True to Struts's artisan and inventive roots, the Strut Launchport, brings a convenient and elegant tool to iPad users who need a stylish, safe and functional way to keep their iPads charged, use them in a variety of situations and eliminate the unsightly white, tangled cords that accompany iPad and iPad mini mobile devices.
Last year, nearly 11,000 people nationwide took part in Best Friends Animal Society's Strut Your Mutt.
The collapse of South Africa's First Strut Bank is expected to cause losses of ZAR800m to its investors.
To replace a single strut, it takes a two-person team from the repair and reclamation section eight hours," Harris said.
A typical feature of open foams is that the strut thickness varies locally.
Never stand on engine stand with only one strut hooked up
I serviced the strut to what I "thought" was 150 psi and then began op-checking the landing gear.
Buick, a subsidiary of General Motors Corporation (NYSE: GM), is equipping its 2010 LaCrosse CXS with a new HiPer Strut suspension.