Hummer H2 Sway Bar Frame Bushing
About sway bar frame bushing
The Sway bar frame bushings are basically rubber blocks or bushing which grip the stabilizer bar which also known as the sway bar, these helps secure it to the vehicle body or frame. On each of the stabilizer bars will usually be one or two bushings, held together via bushing brackets. When under torsion from the weight of the vehicle, the stabilizer bar is securely placed with the help of the stabilizer bushing and the bushing brackets.
How sway bar frame bushing work?
In order to tackle vehicle, roll in a turn the stabilizer bar or sway bar is utilized. When the car turns the weight of the vehicle also leans, or rolls to the outside of the turn up to 30 degrees, which places more weight on the outside tires and lesser weight on the inside tires. This difference in weight impacts the traction and vehicle steering as well as handling, the stabilizer bar uses torsion to transfer the outside weight to the inside, hence creating a balance when the vehicle is turning. The sway bar bushings tie the stabilizer and the vehicle body frame.
Where is sway bar frame bushing located?
The sway bar is attached with sway bar bushings to the body/frame of the vehicle. Usually two sway bar bushings are present for each sway bar. The sway bar bushings are able to isolate the sway bar from the body or frame thereby, reducing noise.