A wheeled carriage onto which a container is mounted for over-the-road conveyance. More specifically, it is a skeletal frame, semi-trailer which is equipped with license, lights, reflectors, brakes, etc., to meet the legal operating codes and requirements of the jurisdictions within which it operates. This unit has locking devices that secure the container to the frame. In the case of container yard operations, it is a skeletal trailer, generally without a license for use on the public roads, for moving containers within a yard. Also, the part of a motor vehicle that includes, the frame, suspension system, wheels, steering mechanism etc., but not the engine or the body.
The framework of a race car (and any motor vehicle), including the suspension and wheels, to which all other elements of the car are connected. A modern F1 race chassis is constructed of carbon fibre composite material and provides a structure that is durable, extremely light and strong.
The central part of a Formula One car, also called the monocoque. All the other components are connected to the strong, lightweight chassis. It is made from carbon fibre and epoxy polymer forming a composite material. These are bonded to aluminium and nomex honeycomb to form a sandwich panel shell structure. The moulding and bonding process takes place under heat, vacuum and pressure in an autoclave.
The chassis is the vehicle framework or hull to which all equipment is attached to. A chassis has an internal engine and drive train that cannot be customised. An "empty" chassis has no weapons, power plant, armour, wheels or components. Certain types of chassis are class-or level-restricted.
May be used to represent 1) Entire vehicle as produced by the factory when no body is included (Cab, frame, powerplant, drive line, suspensions, axles, wheels, and tires); 2) Same as number 1 except excluding cab and other sheet metal; or 3) Frame only with brackets, bumper, and other miscellaneous parts directly attached to the frame.
The rectangular steel frame that holds the engine, running gear, and steering and suspension systems and on which the body section of the motorhome is mounted. In type C motorhomes, the chassis includes these components as well as a cab section.
Structural lower part of the vehicle which consists of all functional parts including the frame, suspension, exhaust system, brakes, engine, transmission, rear axle, drive train, fuel system, wheels and tires.
n. the part of a cylindrical lockset that contains the actuating mechanism and has a means for mounting trim and a bolt check pin n. a device resembling a bottom pin, found in a non-traditional chamber, used to restrict the rotation of the plug unless a specific area of the key is cut
Clearance sales are all those sales made outside the course of normal business terms, arising from commercial decisions by management to clear excess stock usually through specific channels and at a significant discount.