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English translation: worn bearing

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00:37 Mar 1, 2001
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: ausschlagen
"Ausschlagen des Lagersitzes"
If bearings are not maintained properly this is one of the damages that may occur.
Michael Scheidler
Local time: 19:20
English translation:worn bearing
Explanation:
I rather think the text refers to worn bearings.
To be in/out of alignment is 'fluchten' or 'nicht fluchten'
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Rolf Bueskens
Local time: 05:20
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Summary of answers provided
naworn-out bearings
Davorka Grgic
naworn bearingRolf Bueskens
naknocked/forced out of alignment
Tom Funke


  

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19 mins
knocked/forced out of alignment


Explanation:
"bearing seat is knocked/forced out of alignment"
Sources:
Wyhlidal, Kraftfahrzeugtechnisches Wxörterbuch ISBN3 923195 01 X
Ernst, W. der industriellen Technik, ISBN3 87097 145 2

AltaVista [+bearing seat +alignment]22 pages found, e.g.:
http://www.exlar.com/PSA_Series/PSA_inside_view.htm

http://www.exlar.com/PSA_Series/PSA_inside_view.htm




HTH Tom


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Tom Funke
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26 mins
worn bearing


Explanation:
I rather think the text refers to worn bearings.
To be in/out of alignment is 'fluchten' or 'nicht fluchten'


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Rolf Bueskens
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35 mins
worn-out bearings


Explanation:
See:

FAQ > Vehicle Noises at ChevyChaseCars.Com
... Whining from tires when turning a corner, Dry or worn-out wheel bearings.
Squealing from tires when turning a corner, Tires low on air or worn. ...
www.chevychasecars.com/faq_noises.htm - 17k - Cached - Similar pages


Click and Clack Talk Cars: December 1995
... is when you're experiencing symptoms. And low oil pressure could be caused by a
weak oil pump, a worn out crank shaft, or worn out bearings. And in your case ...
cartalk.cars.com/Columns/Archive/1995/December/07.html - 9k

Good luck.

Davorka





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Davorka Grgic
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