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Marcus Nils Gunnar Rothoff: Spring apparatus. Ford Global Technologies L L C, Gigette M Bejin, November 18, 2003: US06648308 (30 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a vehicle spring apparatus comprising housing having fluid sealed therein. The housing comprises a cylinder with a slidably fitted piston and a piston rod connected at one end to said piston. The piston rod extends at the other end outside said cylinder and said cylinder is ...


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Junsuke Kuroki, Namio Irie, Haruto Tanaka: Automatic vehicle height-adjusting system. Nissan Motor Company, Lane Aitken and Kananen, May 21, 1985: US04518169 (20 worldwide citation)

An automatic vehicle height-adjusting system is applied to a vehicle including a sprung mass and an unsprung mass in contact with a road surface, the sprung mass being supported on the unsprung mass via a spring or the like. The system includes a sensor, which senses the distance between the sprung ...


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Takehiko Hakui, Hajime Hirata, Hajime Kajiwara, Kiyoshi Nakajima, Yoshimitsu Akuta, Kunimichi Hatano: Vehicle height adjusting system. Honda Motor, Arent Fox, April 12, 2011: US07922181 (9 worldwide citation)

A first rotor (24; 124) and a second rotor (25; 125) are arranged in a coaxial and mutually rotatable relationship and are provided with a first driven gear (41; 141) and a second driven gear (42; 142), respectively. A drive shaft (31; 131) is also provided with a first drive gear (43; 143) and a se ...


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Hayashi Kenji: Pneumatic vehicle height adjusting system. Aisin Seiki, March 26, 2002: JP2002-087040 (2 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a compact and inexpensive pneumatic vehicle height adjusting system that can shorten the time for vehicle height lowering, and excels in the efficiency of dehumidification regeneration of a dehumidifying agent in a dryer.SOLUTION: Upon a vehicle height lifting reques ...


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Kawasaki Hiroaki: Suspension device. Sumitomo Rubber, May 21, 2003: JP2003-146042 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a suspension device particularly used as a vehicle height adjusting system capable of smoothly expanding and contracting an air spring even in a turned state of a steering wheel.SOLUTION: The suspension device is provided with a shock absorber 2, a coil spring 3 and ...


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Hakui Takehiko: Vehicle height adjusting system. Honda Motor, October 4, 2007: JP2007-253863 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a vehicle height adjusting device suppressing operation which is not intended at the time of parking a vehicle or middle/low speed traveling on a flat road.SOLUTION: The drive control unit 10 is composed of an ECU 11 which is a control main element of a vehicle heigh ...


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Ogawa Kazuo: Vehicle height adjusting system. Toyota Motor, November 11, 2004: JP2004-314652 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To improve a vehicle height adjusting system for automatically adjusting and manually adjusting a vehicle height.SOLUTION: An automatic adjustment mode and a manual adjustment mode are switched by a vehicle height adjustment mode changing-over switch. In the automatic adjustmen ...


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Hideki Ohashi, Kohtaroh Okimura, Ryo Kanda, Shogo Tanaka, Jun Tokumitsu: Vehicle-height adjusting system. TOYOTA JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI KAISHA, Oliff, November 21, 2017: US09821622

A vehicle-height adjusting system includes: vehicle-height adjusting actuators each for adjusting a vehicle height for a corresponding one of wheels; a pressure medium supplier for supplying a pressure medium from a tank to each of the vehicle-height adjusting actuators; and a vehicle height adjuste ...


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Rothoff Marcus: Spring apparatus. Ford Global Tech, July 31, 2002: EP1226987-A1

The invention relates to a vehicle spring apparatus (1) comprising housing having fluid (9) sealed therein. The housing comprises a cylinder with a slidably fitted piston (6) and a piston rod (5) connected at one end to said piston (6). The piston rod (5) extends at the other end outside said cylind ...