7.1.1. Features of a design

Fig. 7.1. Forward suspension bracket: 1 – spring of a forward suspension bracket; 2 – cross draft of a forward suspension bracket; 3 – buffer of compression of a forward suspension bracket; 4 – support of a spring of a forward suspension bracket; 5 – shock-absorber of a forward suspension bracket; 6 – plugs of the top fastening of the shock-absorber; 7 – frame; 8 – holder of a pillow of the stabilizer of cross stability; 9 – pillow of a bar of the stabilizer of cross stability; 10 – basic plug of the end of a longitudinal bar of a forward suspension bracket; 11 – washer of the end of a longitudinal bar of a forward suspension bracket; 12 – longitudinal bar of a forward suspension bracket; 13 – bar of the stabilizer of cross stability; 14 – step-ladder of a bar of the stabilizer of cross stability; 15 – holder of a pillow of a bar of the stabilizer of cross stability; 16 – fastening step-ladder plate; 17 – coupling of shutdown of a wheel; 18 – forward nave; 19 – rotary fist

The forward suspension bracket of the UAZ Hunter car (fig. 7.1) dependent, consists from two spherical shkvorny from each party, two longitudinal bars, one cross draft, twisted cylindrical springs, hydraulic telescopic shock-absorbers and the stabilizer of cross stability.
Longitudinal bars and cross draft, forming the directing device, provide the correct fixing of the forward bridge that influences controllability, stability and brake qualities of the car.
Longitudinal bars are connected to the forward bridge by means of non-demountable rubber-metal hinges (saylentblok) and arms, and to a frame by means of an arm via rubber hinges. The limit course of a suspension bracket is limited to the rubber buffer up. Two telescopic shock-absorbers are intended for clearing of vertical fluctuations of the car, they serve also for restriction of the course of a suspension bracket down.

Prevention
Shock-absorbers of forward and back suspension brackets are not interchanged as in the compressed state the forward shock-absorber is shorter than back.


Fig. 7.2. Nave of a forward wheel: 1 – pin; 2 – epiploon; 3 – persistent washer of an epiploon of a nave; 4 – internal hug bearing; 5 – nave bolt; 6 – maslootrazhatel of a nave; 7 – laying of a maslootrazhatel of a nave; 8 – external holder of the internal bearing; 9 – internal lock ring; 10 – nave; 11 – external lock ring; 12 – external holder of the external bearing; 13 – external bearing; 14 – lock washer; 15 – adjusting nut of a nave; 16 – key washer; 17 – nave lock-nut

On pins of rotary fists naves of 10 (fig. 7.2) are established. Each nave rotates on two roller conic bearings. On a nave the brake disk is established. From a brake board the nave is condensed with an epiploon, and outside — laying with the coupling of shutdown of a wheel. The inhaling of hug bearings is regulated a nut which is fixed on a pin a key washer with a lock-nut.