Indpendent Front Suspension
Independent Front Suspension. This refers to suspension where the driver and passenger side move independently, and are not hindered by the opposite side like a straight axle would be. Both a-arms and beam suspension can be classified as IFS.
Independent Front Suspension. Suspension using two frame mounted control arms at each of the front wheels. Lets each wheel respond individually to bumps and dips in the road.
Acronym for Independent Front Suspension. With this type of suspension, the wheels travel independently of each other. The IFS covered in this catalog are either control arm types or Ford TTB.
An abbreviation for independent front suspension.
independent front suspension. A suspension-system method of supporting the chassis on the wheels without the use of rigid axles where the movements of the two front wheels are not interdependent; one wheel does not force the other wheel to change its plane of rotation.