Trailing Arm Bushing
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About Trailing Arm Bushing
The trailing arm bushings would join on the car's body to the axle and pivot point. They are a part of your vehicle's trailing arm suspension. The main role of the trailing arm bushings is to cushion the suspension movement while retaining the wheel on the right axis.
What is the purpose of Trailing Arm Bushing?
The main purpose of the trailing arm bushings is to cushion the suspension movement while retaining the wheel on the perfect axis. The bushings will withstand slight on-road bumps, shocks, and noise to make a smoother drive.
How Trailing Arm Bushing Works?
The trailing arm bushings will attach on the vehicle's body to the axle and pivot point. Trailing arm bushings should have the function of cushioning the suspension movement when keeping the wheel on the appropriate axis. The bushings would absorb minor vibrations, shocks, and traffic noise, so the drive could be smoother.