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Automobile Engineer: 1962/07

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July 1962. Front cover.
July 1962. Index to contents.

Note: This is a sub-section of the Automobile Engineer


  • Editorial Pollution—Legislators Beware. 247
  • Steyr-Puch Haflinger. Front double-reduction final drive, the suspension system, steering, brakes and the bodies 248
  • Cranes Low-Loader. Special-purpose 40-wheel transporter designed to carry loads of up to 250 tons 270
  • Poly-V Belt Drives. Reduced width of drive and smaller pulleys made possible by a departure from conventional V-belt design 272
  • Books. Brief comments on recent publications pertinent to automobile engineering 274
  • Gauging Crankshafts. Solex 22-column air-gauging fixture for checking 42 dimensions on A.E.C. diesel engine crankshafts of two different sizes 276
  • Rodolite Measuring Equipment. Optical alignment device combines extreme accuracy with versatility and sturdiness 278
  • Automation of Gear Production Progress in the technique of applying work-handling equipment to standard machine tools and linking by standardized conveyor units 281
  • New Plant and Tools. Recent interesting developments in production equipment 284

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