hochgelegte Querfeder

English translation: raised

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German term or phrase:hochgelegt
English translation:raised

05:26 Aug 1, 2001
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German term or phrase: hochgelegte Querfeder
This is about the floating axle on a German DKW car from the 1930s. The prerequisite for the axle and the suspension is "eine Starrachse mit hochgelegter Querfeder". How would you translate "hochgelegt" in this context.
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high-mounted/high/raised
Explanation:
these are from Wyhlidal dictionary of automotive engineering:

hochgesetzt = high, high-mounted, raised
hochgezogen = raised, kick-up, upswept

Querfeder = transversal spring, transverse spring, transversal leaf spring, transverse leaf spring

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Beth Kantus
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Local time: 12:12
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Thanks for your effort. Michael
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nahigh-mounted/high/raised
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high-mounted/high/raised


Explanation:
these are from Wyhlidal dictionary of automotive engineering:

hochgesetzt = high, high-mounted, raised
hochgezogen = raised, kick-up, upswept

Querfeder = transversal spring, transverse spring, transversal leaf spring, transverse leaf spring

Do these fit your context?


Beth Kantus
United States
Local time: 12:12
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in pair: 924
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Thanks for your effort. Michael
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