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Based in United Kingdom, spring-loaded-suspension has been an eBay member since 09 Mar, 2003

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Mitsubishi Tappets - Guide to Bleeding & Refilling
Guide to Mitsubishi Lash Adjusters / Tappets A hydraulic valve lifter, also known as a hydraulic tappet or a hydraulic lash adjuster, is for maintaining zero valve clearance in an engine. The normal method of adjusting valve actuation usually requires a small gap to be left between the valve and its rocker or cam follower to allow for thermal expansion and wear. The hydraulic lifter was designed to operate with zero clearance, leading to quieter running and eliminating the need for adjustmen...
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Coil Springs - Good Practice Fitting Guide
What Coil springs do Coil Springs support the weight of the vehicle and absorb the impact from bumps, potholes and other imperfections of the road surface. Coil springs work in conjunction with the shock absorber, other suspension parts and the tyres so all must be in good condition for everything to work to optimum effectiveness Coil Springs & shock absorbers are the suspension components that keep the tyres in contact with the road. Why Renew Coil Springs Takes the car back to as n...
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