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Old 05-08-2023, 07:23 AM   #16
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Re: Do Some Tires Have Better Straight-line Stability?

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I'm reviving this old thread of mine because I think Capri Racer was not around when I brought up the particular issues I did.
Yeah, I was around back then, but even today, I don't find anything more to contribute. There's so much involved and tire force and moment is an area I am weak on.
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Old 05-08-2023, 07:36 AM   #17
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Yeah, I was around back then, but even today, I don't find anything more to contribute. There's
so much involved and tire force and moment is an area I am weak on.
Look up online "self-aligning torque" in an automotive context. And think of the front casters on a shopping cart!
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