- Control Arm With Ball Joint (6030)
- Sway Bar Link (4933)
- Lower Ball Joint (2151)
- Sway Bar Frame Bushing (1889)
- Lower Control Arm Bushing (1334)
- Lower Control Arms (1155)
- Rear Control Arm (1138)
- Upper Ball Joint (762)
- Lateral Link (623)
- Upper Control Arm Bushing (458)
- Trailing Arm (351)
- Caster/Camber Adjusting Kits (275)
- Spindle Knuckle (265)
- Control Arm Bushing (204)
- Camber/Caster Bushing (160)
About Lateral Link
The lateral link forms part of the suspension system ball joint complex for your vehicle. This helps keep the structure of the car intact even at high speeds (sometimes more than a hundred an hour). This lateral link works at the rear of your vehicle to ensure the wheel assembly is connected. Thanks to this connexion the vehicle's wheels will stay on the road!
What is the purpose of lateral link?
The lateral link helps to provide support to the rear axle and to the attached rear wheels. It is basically a solid component piece, but it also has bushings and support brackets and includes the entire system together. In simple terms the lateral link's purpose is to limit the suspension's side-to - side movement.
Where is Lateral Link Located?
The lateral contact is connected to the wheel hub and the subframe or solid frame of the car, depending on what choice the car provides.