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noone i know can explain it to me :angry:
please use laymans terms i know we have a few proffesionals on here
 

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I know Ive seen these terminology on sites. I think Firestone and Slams use them. The work linear means in a straight line. Something like that would be used to descrbibe a motion that will keep the bags endplates in a straight line through its motion. I know with semi's they use a bag to keep the cab from bouncing all over the place. Its a very big arc, but Im guessing that would be close to linear. The nys inspection machines also use an air bag to lift and lower a bar to keep the car from falling between the 2 rollers on the dyno's. The motion of the bar is guided and is perfectly linear. Off axis would be a motion similar to a upper and lower control arm set-up, where the bags ends move in relation to eachother and the endplates are not kept inline through its motion. That would be off axis.
 
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