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US20140077427 TRAVEL CONTROL FOR A GAS SPRING AND GAS SPRING HAVING VERY SHORT TRAVEL MODES  
A gas spring capable of having long and short travel modes is described. The gas spring uses liquid in combination with pressurized air to affect the travel length. Unlike conventional gas...
US20140300037 WHEEL WITH SUSPENSION SYSTEM AND CENTRALIZING UNIT WITH SUSPENSION SYSTEM  
A wheel with a suspension system being connectable to a vehicle, like a wheel chair, comprises a hub (38) and a rim (34) rotatable about the axle (42) of the hub (38). Between the hub (38) and the...
US20060231991 Gas spring and method of manufacture  
A gas spring construction in which a cartridge is fit into each end of a straight sided tube and secured therein with a retaining ring snap fit into an internal groove at each end of said tube....
US20070023981 Gas spring system with centrally guided tubular rolling bellows  
In a gas spring system for wheel suspensions including a tubular rolling bellows which is arranged between a wheel-carrying element and the vehicle superstructure and is mounted between a support...
US20140062040 AIR SPRING, AIR STRUT AND AIR SUSPENSION SYSTEM WITH A LINEARIZED SPRING RATE  
An air spring that can be used in an air suspension system includes a hollow piston, a hollow shaft and a body. The hollow piston has a hole through it. The hollow shaft has a shaft interior...
US20140239564 INTEGRATED AND SELF-CONTAINED SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY HAVING AN ON-THE-FLY ADJUSTABLE AIR SPRING  
An integrated and self-contained suspension assembly having a gas spring integrated with a shock absorber (damper) is described. The rigid gas cylinder of the air spring is divided into a first...
US20050263361 Spring-damper-system for a motor vehicle carriage  
A spring-damper system for a motor vehicle carriage has a hydraulic master unit which supports the carriage opposite the chassis of the motor vehicle, and a hydraulic slave unit which is situated...
US20060231360 Pneumatic shock absorber with an ancillary air chamber  
The present ilylltivllj provides-a pneumatic shock absorber fitted with an ancillary air chamber. The miajor fatuire of such know-how is that pneumatic shock absorber is fitted with an ancillary...
US20070252314 Vibration damper  
An upper bush is secured to a bracket of a compressor unit, and a lower bush is abutted against a panel member of a vehicle body through a washer. A coil spring is interposed between the upper and...
US20110101578 AIR SUSPENSION  
Disclosed is an improved air suspension that prevents damage and/or failure of a component of an air spring, such as an air sleeve. The air suspension includes a damper including a cylinder and a...
US20120286493 WHEEL MASS DAMPER ASSEMBLY  
A damper mass damper assembly includes a rod, and a casing disposed annularly about the rod and defining a primary fluid chamber therebetween. The rod includes an annular wall that defines a first...
US20120325605 BICYCLE WITH SUSPENSION  
A bicycle can include a suspension system with a shock absorber. The shock absorber can have a sag position which can be adjustable. Sag refers to the amount of movement experienced by the...
US20090051086 Suspension Damping Valve  
A valve for a suspension damping system having a valve body and a shim valve assembly that permits fluid flow in two directions. The valve body separates a first fluid chamber from a second fluid...
US20140265203 LOAD DEPENDENT DAMPER FOR A VEHICLE SUSPENSION SYSTEM  
A damper assembly for a vehicle suspension system includes a damper and a valve block coupled to the damper. The damper includes a tubular sidewall having an inner surface that defines an inner...
US20110127706 DAMPERS FOR MOUNTAIN BIKES  
An apparatus of a damper (46) for a bicycle comprising a housing defining a chamber, and a piston, movable in the chamber along a first direction. The apparatus further comprises a controllable...
US20120217686 COMPRESSION SENSITIVE SUSPENSION DAMPENING  
A spring for a suspension is described. The spring includes: a spring chamber divided into at least a primary portion and a secondary portion, and a fluid flow path coupled with and between the...
US20130075998 BICYCLE WITH SUSPENSION  
A bicycle assembly can include a front or rear suspension system with a shock absorber. A front suspension system can be a suspension fork. A rear suspension system can include a rear shock...
US20110204549 GAS SPRING CURVE CONTROL IN AN ADJUSTABLE VOLUME GAS PRESSURIZED DEVICE  
A gas spring curve control valve for a adjustable-volume gas-pressurized device is described. The valve allows for selection from among at least four spring curves and can be packaged in small...
US20070017760 Suspension arrangement for motor vehicles  
The invention relates to a suspension arrangement (1) for—loading-bearing and resilient wheel support in a motor vehicle, having at least one spring cylinder (2) with a piston (6) which is guided...
US20090260934 SHOCK ABSORBER HAVING RESILIENT DEVICE IN REBOUND CHAMBER  
A shock absorber comprises a damping cylinder pressurized by a system pressure and divided by a piston into a compression chamber and a return chamber. A resilient device is disposed in the return...
US20100244340 METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR COMBINED VARIABLE DAMPING AND VARIABLE SPRING RATE SUSPENSION  
Pressure-sensitive vales are incorporated within a dampening system to permit user-adjustable tuning of a shock absorber. In one embodiment, a pressure-sensitive valve includes an isolated gas...
US20090008845 Pneumatic actuator for vibration damping device and vibration damping device using the same  
A pneumatic actuator for use in a vibration damping device comprising: a base housing; an elastic wall member being fastened fluid-tightly to the base housing to form a working air chamber...
US20100320656 SPRING SYSTEM, IN PARTICULAR FOR BICYCLES  
A spring system in particular for bicycles includes a gas suspension spring with adjustable progression and a housing element for movably receiving the suspension piston of the gas suspension...
US20150115563 METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR CONTROLLING A FLUID DAMPER  
A spring for a suspension is described. The spring includes: a spring chamber divided into at least a primary portion and a secondary portion, and a fluid flow path coupled with and between the...
US20060099808 Electric viscous fluid device and electronic equipment  
An electrorheological fluid device and an electronic apparatus, which realize various hardness or tension in a portion of the device or apparatus to which a human body touches, enabling...
US20100140884 SUSPENSION AND DAMPING DEVICE FOR MOTOR VEHICLES  
The invention relates to a suspension and damping device (1) for load bearing and sprung wheel support and for damping suspension movements in a motor vehicle, having at least one spring cylinder...
US20100308516 APPARATUS AND METHODS FOR A VEHICLE SHOCK ABSORBER  
A method and apparatus for a vehicle shock absorber comprising a main damper cylinder, a first reservoir and a second reservoir. One embodiment includes a first operational mode where both...
US20170106937 INTEGRATED AND SELF-CONTAINED SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY HAVING AN ON-THE-FLY ADJUSTABLE AIR SPRING  
An integrated and self-contained suspension assembly having a gas spring integrated with a shock absorber (damper) is described. The rigid gas cylinder of the air spring is divided into a first...
US20160369839 THRUST BEARING AND COMPRESSED AIR SHOCK ABSORBER  
A thrust bearing for a compressed air shock absorber is provided. The thrust bearing includes an inner sleeve, an outer sleeve, and an elastomer body connected to the inner sleeve and the outer...
US20160252152 DAMPER DEVICE  
The damper device is equipped with: a cylinder unit having a sliding inner wall surface; a piston unit, having a piston head, which has an outer diameter part that slides on the sliding inner wall...
US20160053842 TRAVEL CONTROL FOR A GAS SPRING AND GAS SPRING HAVING VERY SHORT TRAVEL MODES  
A gas spring capable of having long and short travel modes is described. The gas spring uses liquid in combination with pressurized air to affect the travel length. Unlike conventional gas...

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