Uflex Hydraulic Steering Uc128obf-1 on 2040-parts.com
Mobile, Alabama, United States
UFlex UC128-OBF Front Mount Cylinder
UC128-OBF Front Mount Cylinder
Balanced: The number of turns lock-to-lock is equal port to starboard or vice-versa. High resistance stainless steel connection bolt.
Volume: 120cc: 7.3 cu. in
Output Force: 450 kg - 992 lbs
Inside Diameter: 35mm - 1.37"
Stroke: 185mm - 7.28"
3/8" (9,5 mm fittings) - For high pressure flex hose
Bleed Fittings: DN5 Quick connect
Quick Guide (pdf)
Controls & Steering for Sale
Wed, 13 Aug 2008 00:00:00 -0700
By Ben Whitworth
13 August 2008 13:28
Mercedes-Benz researchers call it the ‘one-second nap’ – that instant when fatigue overcomes you at the wheel on a long trip and you wake up in hospital. To counter dozing off while driving, which Mercedes claims accounts for a quarter of all major motorway accidents, its engineers have developed an innovative driver support system called Attention Assist. As well as registering linear and lateral acceleration, indicator and pedal operation and vehicle speed, the system also monitors steering response - the most important indicator of fatigue according to Mercedes, is tired drivers have difficulty in keeping their vehicle precisely on track.
Sat, 28 Apr 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Infiniti Emerg-E - it's a Lotus Evora under the skin
The Infiniti Emerg-E from the Geneva Motor Show was actually a Lotus Evora 414E under the skin making production more likely. One of the stars of the Geneva Motor Show in March was the stunningly good looking Infiniti Emerg-E, a range-extender sports car from Nissan’s posh arm offering 402bhp from a pair of electric motors and a range-extending 1.2 litre 3-cylinder engine. We knew at Geneva that the 3-cylinder range-extender engine came from Lotus – no surprise as they’ve also supplied the same engine to Jaguar for testing in the XJ Limo Green Hybrid – but what we didn’t know (although we should have worked it out) was that under the skin the Infiniti Emerg-E was actually a Lotus Evora.
Fri, 31 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800
A total of 850,000 cars were recalled in Britain last year, according to figures released by the Vehicle and Operator Service Agency (Vosa). A recall takes place when a car manufacturer becomes aware of a safety-related defect involving one of its cars. Here, using the figures from Vosa, MSN Cars highlights the most recalled cars of 2013, before going on to list the results by manufacturer.