Piston travel

Piston travel means the amount of linear movement of the air brake hollow rod (or equivalent) or piston rod when forced outward by movement of the piston in the brake cylinder or actuator and limited by the brake shoes being forced against the wheel or disc.


49 CFR § 232.5

Scoping language

The definitions in this section are intended to clarify the meaning of terms used in this part.

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