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English term or phrase:jerk
German translation:Ruck
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09:50 Mar 12, 2008
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English to German translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Automotive / Cars & Trucks / steering
English term or phrase: jerk
In steering jargon, “jerk” is not meant as a derogatory word. It’s an engineering term for what happens at the beginning and end of a steering maneuver on an articulated vehicle.

Does anyone know the German equivalent???

I know "jerk" normally translates as "Ruck" or "Stoß", but I need to know the expert jargon.

Thanks!!
margarete
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