(Automotive engineering: Design and performance) Suspension geometry is the geometric arrangement of the parts of a suspension system, and the value of the lengths and angles within it. ▶ suspension
⇒ They say they have sharpened the car's on-road performance with revised suspension geometry. ⇒ If your car's steering has even a mild pull to one side, it is probable that the suspension geometry is askew. ⇒ Good suspension geometry requires that the centers of the points about which all of the components of the
suspension pivot are correctly positioned.
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