Wheelbase

The distance between the plane that intersects the radius of the front wheels and that of the rear wheels.
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wheelbase

[n] - the distance from the center of a car`s front wheel to the rear axle
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Wheelbase

The distance between the centre of the front wheel and back wheel. A long wheelbase vehicle typically gives more cabin space.
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Wheelbase

The distance between a plane that intersects the radius of the front wheels and that of the rear wheels.
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Wheelbase

The distance between the centres of the front and rear wheel axles as viewed from the side of the car. See also: Wheel.
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Wheelbase

Long, short or medium. Your overall length of motorhome usually depends on the wheelbase length of the base vehicle
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wheelbase

noun the distance from the center of a car`s front wheel to the rear axle
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wheelbase

the distance between the front and back wheels, measured between the two sets of innermost truck holes.
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Wheelbase

the distance between the front and back wheels, measured between the two sets of innermost truck holes.
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Wheelbase

[TV series] Wheelbase was a BBC television series about cars broadcast on BBC2 between 1964 and 1975. Amongst its presenters were Gordon Wilkins between 1964 and 1973 and Cliff Michelmore. The show was the predecessor of Top Gear. Wheelbase was amongst the first programmes in the UK to be shown in colour during BBC2`s `colour launching peri
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Wheelbase

Because of the effect the wheelbase has on the weight distribution of the vehicle, wheelbase dimensions are crucial to the balance and steering. For example, a car with a much greater weight load on the rear tends to understeer due to the lack of the load (force) on the front tires and therefore the grip (friction) from them. This is why it is cru
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Wheelbase

The distance between the center of a vehicles front axle and the center of its rear axle.
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Wheelbase

The distance between the center of the front wheels to the center of rear wheels.
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Wheelbase

The horizontal distance between the ground contact points of the front and rear wheels. Wheelbase is
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wheelbase

distance from front to rear wheel axles; influences a bike's steering.
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WHEELBASE

The shortest distance between two axles on the same bicycle in a Euclidean universe. Standard advice is that long wheelbase models are ideal for touring, because of the extra stability they impart. A unicycle has no measurable wheelbase, ergo it is not recommended for touring.
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