Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Any device designed to resist a sudden pressure, as the recoil of a gun, the momentum of a railroad-car, or the thrust of the moving parts of a machine, by means of the elasticity of compressed air.

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Examples

  • Installation Notes: If you do a lot of heavy-duty offroading, make sure you tell the auxiliary air-spring installer.

    F&S Guide to Truck Suspension and Lifts

  • Balancing Act: When considering any kind of shock and auxiliary air-spring upgrade, keep in mind the concept of balance.

    F&S Guide to Truck Suspension and Lifts

  • New running shoes that really fit, air-spring sole, cushioned heel ($100), plus important new sports leggings, new socks, etc.

    Cheap Thrills

  • New running shoes that really fit, air-spring sole, cushioned heel ($100), plus important new sports leggings, new socks, etc.

    Cheap Thrills

  • A first for Jeep, this is a full air-spring setup that can raise the Grand

    Leftlane - news, reviews, and info for the auto-industry

  • As its name suggests, the chopper has a uniquely styled rear swingarm with adjustable air-spring suspension mounted behind the engine.

    Auto Motto

  • The plant, which opened in 1936, produced air-spring suspensions for the truck and bus industry and employed about 150 workers before it closed June 26.

    IndyStar.com Top Stories

  • The plant, which opened in 1936, produced air-spring suspensions for the truck and bus industry and employed about 150 workers before it closed June 26.

    IndyStar.com Top Stories

  • NOBLESVILLE -- It's will be the end of an era Thursday morning when Firestone Industrial Products 'air-spring factory in Noblesville sells at auction the last remaining bits and pieces of a 400,000-square-foot plant that at one time employed 1,500 workers.

    IndyStar.com Top Stories

  • NOBLESVILLE -- It's will be the end of an era Thursday morning when Firestone Industrial Products 'air-spring factory in Noblesville sells at auction the last remaining bits and pieces of a 400,000-square-foot plant that at one time employed 1,500 workers.

    IndyStar.com Top Stories

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