Control Arm Bushing
- Control Arm With Ball Joint (6041)
- Sway Bar Link (4921)
- Lower Ball Joint (2139)
- Sway Bar Frame Bushing (1873)
- Lower Control Arm Bushing (1330)
- Lower Control Arms (1150)
- Rear Control Arm (1137)
- Upper Ball Joint (762)
- Lateral Link (626)
- Upper Control Arm Bushing (454)
- Trailing Arm (350)
- Caster/Camber Adjusting Kits (276)
- Spindle Knuckle (259)
- Control Arm Bushing (201)
- Camber/Caster Bushing (163)
About Control Arm Bushing
Control arms would allow the wheels to move up and down while preventing movement forward and rearward. Control arm bushings typically consist of an outer metal sleeve, a durable rubber or polyurethane bushing, and a metal sleeve within them. Control arm bushings are important for handling and comfort driving.
What is the purpose of Control Arm Bushing?
Control arm bushings are vital for both comfort driving and handling at the same time. They would cushion the suspension system which, in turn, would control the noise as well as the vibrations and provide a softer ride over bumps as well.
How Control Arm Bushing Works?
A control arm would connect both the wheel hub and the steering knuckle to the auto frame. Control arm bushings are important for handling and comfort driving. They stabilize the suspension system, which in turn controls noise and vibrations as well as offering a smoother ride over bumps as well.