24 July 2007



I'm sure you have heard the term, "INDEPENDENT
FRONT SUSPENSION," but may not know exactly what it
means. Basically, when one front wheel of a
vehicle hits a bump or pothole, it will move up
or down to compensate while the other wheel remains
steady. Both wheels are independent of each
other, hence that expression.

Watch the attached video, a German commercial for
the Nissan Pathfinder, to find out exactly how this
works. This gives a moving experience which
should benefit your understanding of this
engineering marvel.

This is primarily designed for sales personnel;
however,for those of you in service training, I am
sure you will find this an excellent training aid.


I can't go anywhere without bloggers posting boobie vids lately. I'm gonna hafta YouTube a coupla boy hotties packing heat and strutting their shit on my site just to even up the score.

Erica Homepage 07.24.07 - 1:28 pm #


My eyes seem to be having problems focusing after watching that...
BobG Homepage 07.25.07 - 4:40 am #


Why even the score? Just add to it! Love the vid!
Ralphd00d Homepage 07.24.07 - 9:42 pm #

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