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antiroll bar

Syllabification: an·ti·roll bar

Definition of antiroll bar in English:

noun

A rubber-mounted bar fitted in the suspension of a vehicle to increase its stability, especially when cornering.
Example sentences
  • ‘We've fitted a new exhaust system, suspension, road wheels, anti-roll bars, ventilated brakes and other goodies, with more to come,’ he said.
  • Everything is flexible in the game: suspension, tyre pressure, anti-roll bars, shocks, springs, gear ratios, even the amount of diesel to load in the truck, for maximum enjoyment.
  • The lower ride height, larger anti-roll bars and wider rubber deliver an even more racecar-like feel to the car in the turns, with even less roll.

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