Brakes & Suspension


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Suspension is the system of springs, shock absorbers and linkages that connects a vehicle to its wheels and allows relative motion between the two. It must support both road holding and ride quality.

Rack and Pinion

This is a type of steering system in which steering wheel rotation is transformed into straight line movement. It is composed of the rack, pinion, support bearings and related housings. Whenever the steering is turned the pinion also rotates.

Lower Arm

Control arm is a hinged suspension link between the chassis and the suspension upright or hub that carries the wheel. They are most commonly encountered as part of the MacPherson strut independent front suspension.

Shock Absorbers

The shock absorber is an important component of the chassis. In fact, the term "shock absorber", which is customary in the trade, is misleading. Shock absorbers do not absorb shock. Their job is to reduce and decelerate the vibrations of vehicle springs.


Bushings are type of cushions made of rubber, polyurethane or other materials. They are mounted on car suspension and steering joints to absorb road bumps, noise and vibrations. They often take the form of fat, rubber washers through which suspension components pass.

Disc Rotor

Disc brakes consist of a brake disc, which is fixed to the wheel hub, and a brake carrier to which the brake calliper is mounted, depending on the design in question. The brake pads are located in the brake calliper. The brake calliper encircles the brake disc.

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