Mar 09, 2011 · That's a good question. I don't know. It is used on wheelchair accessible vans as a kneeling system. It actually attaches to the body of the van and is attached to the rear axle of the vehicle with a chain and when the ramp is deployed the actuator pulls the body down to the rear axle (thus reducing ramp angle). Auto Kneel To make boarding even easier, BraunAbility handicap vans feature an integrated "kneeling" system. An actuator lowers the rear suspension while the door opens, which reduces the slope of the auto ramp.Keeping the Midwest climates in mind, BraunAbility has enclosed the actuator internally to ensure long dependability.
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