Upper Control Arm Bushing
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About Upper Control Arm Bushing
A control arm connects the wheel hub and the steering knuckle to the vehicle's frame. Control arm bushings consist of an outer metal sleeve, a durable rubber or polyurethane bushing, and an inner metal sleeve. Control arms allow wheels to move up and down while preventing forward and rearward movement.
What is the purpose of Upper Control Arm Bushing?
Control arm bushings are essential for comfort driving and handling. They would cushion the suspension system which would then control the noise and vibrations, while providing a softer ride over bumps at the same time. Bushings can both flex and move while maintaining rigidity and the ability to return to their original shape and position.
How Upper Control Arm Bushing Works?
Control arms connect car suspension to the actual frame of the vehicle. They would be connected to the frame through a part known as bushings, while the ball joint would be attached to the suspension. It would allow the car to turn its wheel and simultaneously pivot, connecting the tire to the suspension of the vehicle.
Where is Upper Control Arm Bushing Located?
A control arm would connect both the wheel hub and the steering knuckle to the automobile frame. They are generally equipped with bushings on the vehicle's frame side and a ball joint on the vehicle's wheel side that allow flex and controlled movement according to the driver's road conditions and steering input.