Chassis is the mechanical parts of a vehicle attached to a structural frame, including axles, brakes, driveshafts, and suspension components.

See also:
"Chassis" is in the CPC Code "49121"
  Chassis fitted with engines, for motor vehicles

"Chassis" is in the HS Code "8706"
  Chassis Fitted With Engines, For The Motor Vehicles Of Headings N? 8701 To 8705

"Chassis" is in the UNSPSC Code "43201600"
  Chassis components

- 87328/2006-09-20


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Container chassis (Container chassis is identified as a vehicle ...)
Skeletal Trailer (Chassis) (A trailer specially constructed for the safe ...)
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