- n. Plural form of axle.
“Mounted between the axles was a long rectangle made from two of the wagon's floorboards.”
“Frequently also the axles were a little sprung, so that the new turning would be a little scant upon one side when compared with the old surface, and upon the opposite side a little full.”
“Somewhere about the axles was a loose chain, whose only known purpose was to clink as it went.”
“It's a flat-bottomed vehicle with the troops positioned over the axles, which is where pressure mines will detonate.”
“Mr. Nardelli and Vice Chairman Jim Press, who also was brought in by Cerberus, are looking to back away from in-house production of components -- such as axles -- that consumers rarely consider when buying cars or trucks.”
“Munich - Georg Pachta-Reyhofen, the new chief executive of German trucks and engineering conglomerate MAN, has told a German newspaper he would be open to a tie-up with Scania of Sweden to jointly make truck and bus components such as axles or gearboxes.”
“SBQ grades entail more sophisticated metallurgy because their key end uses are in automotive parts such as axles, bearings and other components that require special quality.”
“Thompson's engineering team in Halesowen, is designed for joining components such as axles, piston rods and drill pipes.”
“SBQ grades entail more sophisticated metallurgy because their key end uses are in automotive parts such as axles, bearings, and other components that require special quality.”
“York Transport Equipment (Asia) Pte Ltd, Singapore, is engaged in the production and distribution of trailer undergears such as axles and suspensions, with presence in 27 countries.”
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