Mochari, Ilan
December 2001
Inc.;Dec2001, Vol. 23 Issue 16, p24
Describes Wagner Engineering's Link-X suspension system for sport utility vehicles. Components of the Link-X suspension system; Information on how Wagner started as a company; Cost of the suspension system.


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