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Suspension Components

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Nolathane Front Lower Control Arm - 45946L
Nolathane Rear Bump Stop Bushing Kit - 47344
TRW Ball Joint - JBJ7526
Nolathane Sway Bar Link (10mm) (universal Cut To Length) - 42790
kelpro Sway Bar Link Assembly - 23640
Kelpro Strut Mount & Bearing Kit - 24018K
Nolathane Front Sway Bar Link - 42708
Monroe Strut Mate Bump Stop Kit - PK004
Nolathane Front Sway Bar Link - 42716
KYB Strut Mount, Incl. Bearing
Monroe Bump Stop - SM001
Nolathane Rear Sway Bar Link - 42740
Nolathane Front Strut Mount Bushing Kit - 44019
Nolathane Front Sway Bar Link - 42709
Nolathane Front Sway Bar Link - 42711
Monroe Strut Mate Strut Boot Kit - 63619
TRW Ball Joint - JBJ7527
Nolathane Camber Adjusting Bolt Kit (14mm) - 44260
Nolathane Sway Bar Link - 42707
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We have a wide range of suspension components

Your car's suspension system is designed to keep you and your passengers comfortable and safe from any bumps on the road you may encounter while driving. It is also there to keep the wheels and only the wheels in contact with the road surface. Without one, your tyres would bounce and it would be impossible for you to steer and brake with your wheels in the air.

There are many differences in suspension systems but they can all be divided between axle suspension and independent suspension. In case of the solid axle suspension, it links the wheels together and so a bump in the road that affects one wheel will also affects the wheel on the opposite side.

The independent suspensions components on the other end allow the wheels to move independently of each other so only the wheel that actually encounters a bump will be affected by it.

Independent suspensions use struts or shock absorbers. Shocks and struts are the most commonly serviced suspension components. Because they deteriorate gradually and degrade handling and ride quality, it is recommended that they be replaced after 80,000 kilometres.