Bogies are set of four metallic wheels that support the train structure and propel the train forward on the tracks. Each unit possesses four bogies. Moreover, a bogie is the name given to the structure that holds 4 or 6 wheels in pairs under one end a railway vehicles. It rotates on a pivot that allows it to turn and follow curves in the track.

-see also:
"Bogies" is in the HS Code "8607.12"
  - -- Other Bogies and bissel-bogies
   Bogies & bissel-bogies OT driving bogies & bissel-bogies
Ref: 122669/2006-09-19

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