Replacing Control Arms In Pairs

Replacing Control Arms In Pairs

The control arms on modern vehicles have two primary responsibilities: control and isolation.

Automakers put a lot of time and engineering into the shape, construction and design of control arms.  The shape helps to control the suspension geometry as it travels up and down. The bushings inside the control arms help to isolate the passengers inside the vehicle from noise, vibration and harshness (NVH).

It’s safe to say that most customers don’t fully understand how important the control arms are to vehicle ride quality, or how other systems can be affected by them when they are worn out.

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