Suspension

Suspension is the term given to the system of springs, shock absorbers and linkages that connects a vehicle to its wheels and allows relative motion between the two. Suspension systems serve a dual purpose — contributing to the vehicle's roadholding: handling and braking for good active safety and driving pleasure, and keeping vehicle occupants comfortable and reasonably well isolated from road noise, bumps, and vibrations,etc.

Stabilizer link

Stabilizer link

Stabilizer links are part of the suspension system of the vehicle. Stabilizer links are subjected to extremely high torque loads, and, because of their relatively small size, they will be one of the first parts in the suspension system to require servicing and replacement.

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Steering rod

Steering rod

The steering rod is part of the steering mechanism in a vehicle. A steering rod is a slender structural rod that is used as a tie and capable of carrying tensile loads only. It transmits force from the steering center link or the rack gear to the steering knuckle. This will cause the wheel to turn. The outer steering rod end connects with an adjusting sleeve, which allows the length of the rod to be adjustable. This adjustment is used to set a vehicle’s alignment angle.

 
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Tie rod end

Tie rod end

Tie rod is a part of the steering mechanism of the vehicle. It is connected to the inner tie rod with threaded, which makes possible adjusting the geometry of the vehicle to the factory specifications and reduction of tire wear.

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Inner tie rod end

Inner tie rod end

The inner tie rod is part of the steering mechanism of the vehicle. It is the first point of connection between the steering rack that transmits the left and right movement to the wheels.

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Track control arm

Track control arm

Control arms provide the connection between the vehicle chassis and its wheels. Thus they allow even when wheel is moving up and down, the chassis and passenger to remain still. The major components which are commonly found on control arm are rubber metal or rubber bushings and ball joints depending on the application.

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Ball joint

Ball joint

Ball joints are the pivot of the suspension system and must be maintained in good condition to ensure the proper functioning of the suspension of vehicle. As part of the vehicle's suspension ball joints are subject to wear throughout the life of the vehicle. The main factors that can contribute to fatigue are the road conditions, weather and vehicle load and changes in weight.

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