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For VAG Suspension wishbone arm x 2 arms track rod ends stabiliser drop links Description
For VAG Suspension wishbone arm x 2 arms track rod ends stabiliser drop links Product Description
Audi , Seat
Warranty - 2 Year Warranty
2 x Front Suspension Arms( including Bushes ) ( Pair Left + Right )
2 x Front Suspension Arm Lower Ball Joints ( Pair Left + Right )
2 x Front Suspension Stabilizer Links ( Pair )
2 x Front Track Rod Ends ( Pair Left + Right )
If you are suffering handling problems or bad tracking, or your car feels like it is 'leaning' or not responding well, then you may have a suspension arm issue.
The suspension arm is an integral part of your car's suspension system and helps support the vehicle body above the chassis and axles. It is important that your
suspension arms, are working efficiently as they play a vitally important role in helping dissipate shock.
Stabiliser Link / Drop Link
Often known as stabiliser links or drop links, anti roll bar links connect (as the name suggest) the anti roll bar to the lower control arm in front and/or rear of the vehicle,ensuring stability of the vehicle; they come in all sizes, shapes and materials. Worn stabiliser links can lead to a rattling noise especially on the rough surfaces.
are fitted to each end of the steering rack, and are adjusted to set the tracking. A critical component of your steering system, they consist of an inner and outer track rod. The outer track rod is connected to the steering knuckle on the wheel and the inner to the steering rack and pinion. Loose track rods will cause excessive play, bad wheel alignment and poor control. If you start to notice the car 'shimmying', it is time to get your
track rods replaced. Track Rod End A track rod end is the end of your steering track. It's a flexible steering link in the form of a small ball joint that connects the tie rods to the steering knuckles. Whilst some are sealed other may require greasing every 6000 miles. Wear in the track rod end ball joints will result in a feathered wear pattern on tyres and is, according to many experts, the leading cause of quick tyre wear. It is recommended that
track rod ends on either side of the vehicle should be replaced simultaneously.
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