What is the frame of a body?
the frame of the body is the skeleton
frame is solid
There are rubber cushions between the frame, and body, and bolts go through them, into the body.
no,the 7 body is longer including the frame
body on frame
The body can bolt onto the 362 frame, but some modification to the frame will be required - namely, lengthening the frame, then tapping it out for the 379 body mounts.
Body frame size can be determined by measuring around the wrist, at the boniest part. The bigger the measurement, the larger the person's body frame.
Most automobiles today do not have a separate frame or body on frame design. Most have a unitized body. An automotive body that has the body and frame in one unit; side members are designed on the principle of a bridge truss to gain stiffness, and sheet metal of the body is stressed so that it carries some of the load.
It uses full frame construction, much like a pickup truck does, but with a less substantial frame. In other words, the frame is completely separate from the body itself. The body is bolted to the frame but NOT integrated with it.
Almost all cars built today are built on, what is called, a unibody chassis. This incorporates the frame and body into one unit. You could call it a shell. There are still some cars using the body on frame method of production. Almost all trucks are body on frame.
there is no frame per se the body is the frame
The frame supports the vehicle. Everything bolts to the frame. The body, engine,etc...
It is either a unitized body with the frame built into the car or it is a body on frame construction. A quick look under the car will tell you which it is.
Yes. A body, is full frame. F body would be a sub frame, like camaro, or nova.
NO , The Cherokee is a unibody setup which means that the body and the frame are one piece. A body lift requires the frame and the body to be separate order to put a spacer in to lift the body off the frame.
"A" body refers to the chassis or frame used by a manufacturer. One frame design may support different body styles. For instance a Firebird and Camaro shared the same frame.
The frame of the body is formed by the skeletal system and connective tissues that hold it together.
yes but you will have to make body mounts on the frame to match those fo the body
you have to have the car off the ground and look underneath it and you will see body mounts on the frame, there are approx. 8 to 10 mounts that hold the body to the frame.
In a(n) , the vehicle's frame or body serves as an electrical conductor
It's not. The frame is like the skeleton of the human body.
The frame means the frame or the metalic body the device or equipment, which needs to be connected to the earth
Yes, the frame is integrated into the body.
yes!it is the frame of our body. it helps us move and stand!
A traditional SUV is a body on frame system like a light truck (pickup) I think you mean Unit-body or body on frame. As the element is a Unit-Body car, and make no mistake it is a CAR, not a truck, it drives like a tall car.
Because the skin falls over the shape of the bones, creating a "frame" for what the body looks like.
It allows the vehicle to carry a much heavier load. That is why trucks are constructed with a body on frame.
A auto body repair shop with a frame machine can repair the frame.
It has a unitized body frame construction, and as such has no separate 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).
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.
It depends on your body frame and the amount of muscle that you have. Weight is related to height and body composition rather than age. If you have small body frame then the average weight is about 140-148 pounds. If you have medium body frame then the average weight is about 145-157 pounds. If you have large body frame then the average weight is about 152-172 pounds.
On the negative post of the battery. Common computer grounds are on the thermostat housing, back of the cylinder head, sometimes on the intake, then main conductors are body to frame, body to battery, body to engine, frame to engine and frame to battery.
In the frame, or the body? In the case of the frame (or even the body), I'd consider they possibly had additional electrical items installed, and drilled the holes to run the wiring through.
Anywhere on the frame, engine, or body (if the body is grounded to the frame in any way).
The frame or body of a ship.
If you use your fingers around the wrist and see if the fingers touch, the person has regular body frame size. If the fingers overlap, the fame is small. If the fingers do not meet, the frame is large.
It's not on a frame as it's a unibody and it's the F-body platform.
A frame-based site typically does not employ a BODY tag.
Yeah, Rick. Remove the screws attaching the frame to the body. Your trigger sear will detach from the hammer lug which is the resistance that you will feel when pulling the frame from the body. Be mindful of the actuating rod that connects the trigger frame to the 3-way piston (the rod will slide out of the trigger frame).
there are three types of car construction: 1)body over frame 2)monocoque 3)spaceframe in body over frame there is a separate body and a chassy..all the powertrain components including the engine are found in the chassy and the body is fastened over it...in monocoque there is a single body unit no separate body and chassy eg.small cars...spaceframe structure is used in race cars..
C4 Corvettes are a unibody construction. The body will not lift off in one piece, leaving a full frame rolling chassis. 1982 was the last year of the old fashioned, body on frame, Corvette. Mike V. ASE Master Certified
If an adult woman has a small body frame, and her height is 5 feet, her weight is typically 104-115lbs. A medium body frame is usually 113-126lbs. As for a large body frame of Five foot, 122-137 is considered healthy.
A frame story consists of someone narrating events from the past. Therefore, the frame is in the present, the body of the story is in the past, and the end frame is back to the present.
any 71 chevelle body should drop onto that frame as I believe they used the same frame.
there are bolts that go through the frame to the body that have to come out before you can raise the body off the frame, also all wiring has to be disconnected from the motor and the firewall.
It is a body on frame design. https://www.gmpartsdirect.com/auto-parts/2000/oldsmobile/bravada/base-trim/4-3l-v6-gas-engine/body-cat/frame-and-components-scat
82-04 s10 frame
to replace it SIMPLY, set body on tall jack stands,keep the motor and trans in the body (not the frame) by using a ratcheting tie down to tie the trans to body, hold the engine up to the body by cherry picker or tie to rafters in garage,take front and rear diffs out,unbolt frame from body,(unhook wires and gas tank,and lines first) and roll frame out on floor jack. then reassymble with new frame. takes… Read More
The body and frame are different. Can it be done! Sure, with enough money and alteration you can do most anything. Is it worth it? No!