A suspension element that has a single joint at one end and two joints at the other end, typically on the chassis side.
a bar with a pivot at each end, used to attach suspension members to the chassis
A suspension member used to determine the position of a steering knuckle or axle, usually in a lateral direction.
A hinged suspension component that connects the wheel hub to the vehicle's frame. ( Tricked Out episode 101)
A suspension element that has one joint at one end and two joints at the other end, typically the chassis side. Also known as a wishbone or an A-arm.
A suspension component that connects the wheel to the vehicle’s frame and allows it to move independently Read more SEE RELATED TERMS: double-wishbone suspension
The upper or lower suspension components that are mounted on the frame and support the ball joints and steering knuckles.
In automotive suspension, a control arm (sometimes called a wishbone or A-arm) is a nearly flat and roughly triangular member (or sub-frame), that pivots in two places. The broad end of the triangle attaches at the frame and pivots on a bushing. The narrow end attaches to the steering knuckle and pivots on a ball joint.