they are your mum across, and and your dads (s plural more than one... HOMOS) width. ONE BY ONE!!!
The chassis is the frame of the car.
The chassis is the structural elements of the vehicle. A unibody chassis, (no separate frame) includes everything but bolted on body panels. If the vehicle has a body bolted on a separate frame construction then the chassis is the frame.
The term chassis is the frame plus the "running gears". So, the chassis is the frame, engine, drive shaft, differential, transmission...etc
a shassy is spelled chassis a chassis is the frame that cars are built on most modern cars do not have a chassis,they have a sub frame pickups have a chassis an example would be this if you removed the cab and bed from a pickup you would be left with a frame sitting on suspension and wheels ,with engine and gearbox this frame is the chassis
yes you can knock a frame out of alignment.!!!! but is really hard!!!
The Mustang traditionally shared common chassis with other vehicles. The 1964-1/2 through 1973 Mustang shared a common chassis with the Ford Ranchero, Ford Falcon, Mercury Cougar, and Mercury Comet. The Mustang II (1973 - 1978) shared a common chassis with the Ford Pinto and Mercury Bobcat. The 1979 - 1993 Mustangs shared a chassis with several vehicles, including the Ford LTD, Ford Fairmont, Ford Thunderbird, Lincoln Continental, Lincoln Mk VII, Mercury Capri, Mercury Cougar, Mercury Marquis, and Mercury Zephyr. It wasn't until 1994 that the platform used by the Mustang became proprietary to that vehicle, as the Fox platform was upgraded to the SN95.
All vehicles have a frame on which the chassis is mounted.
It is the frame work
The chassis of a vehicle is also known as the frame. An example of a sentence using the word "chassis" is "The mechanic had to repair the chassis and the radiator. "
Ladder Chassis Tubular Space Frame Unibody Chassis Composite Monocoque Chassis sorry dont know all
usually it is on the frame (Chassis) under the driver's seat. it is about 3.5 inches long and about 3 inches in diameter (Just follow the fuel line)
A frame is the skeleton of a car without the mountings, were as a chasis is a mounted frame.
The difference is that a separate body chassis consists of the vehicle body and a separate frame which the body is bolted to (sometimes referred to as ladder frame). The integral chassis consists of a single body/frame unit, there is no separating them, they are one part (often referred to as unibody construction).
body on frame
A cloned Mustang is another word for a fake Mustang. Some people have slow, beat up, ghetto, nasty looking Camaros and want to own a Mustang but cant because Camaro owners don't have enough money to buy a Mustang. So they go buy a Mustang rolling chassis and slap the shell onto the rusted up frame and 6 banger engine of a poor mans Camaro and call it a Mustang. That is an example of a clone.
The Chassis is the reinforced steel frame of your car.So the size and shape depends on your make and model
It is an unibody constructed vehicle and does not have a frame.It is an unibody constructed vehicle and does not have a frame.
The car benefits from an extremely lightweight chassis,which incorporates an aluminum shell 'streched' over a lattice frame.
Chassis is the base frame of the car and so chessis number is the the manufacturing number bearing the frame and engine number is the unique number provided by the manufacturer for the engine.
The Mustang has utilized unibody construction ever since it was introduced in 1964. The frame is built into the body and floor pans. There is no separate frame like you see on full frame vehicles like pickup trucks.
-replace do with DOES- chassis is the 'frame' or 'base' for an object, foundation, or place. but generally, a chassis is the skeleton of a car, truck, SUV, etc. it serves as the basic template for the automobile