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Air suspension is a modern way of enhancing the driving experience by way of computerised air vents and compression in the suspension system.
Suspension bushes are the rubber parts between suspension joints responsible for making your journeys as smooth as possible. If you need a suspension bush replacing, we're sure to have the right product to help you put the comfort back into your driving. Bushes in a car work like knees or elbows in the human body. They absorb the shocks from bumps and divots in the road, prevent metal-to-metal contact and control the movement of the joints within the car. Without the protective materials, unwanted friction is caused between two hard surfaces and the joints don't move as freely or smoothly as they should. When the rubber suspension bushes in cars wear down, which is inevitable over time, the driver will notice how uncomfortable the ride can become through clunking and unnatural movements in the steering, particularly while cornering.
Coil springs absorb vibrations and bumps on the road, delivering a smoother ride for you and your passengers. An integral part of a car's suspension, coil springs have been designed to absorb shock. As you travel, your vehicle will come across plenty of bumps in the road - and it's a coil spring's job to make sure you hardly feel the effects. Over time, coil springs can lose their elasticity. This happens with general wear and tear, and for the most comfortable ride possible it's best to replace them. Every model of car will be different, so it's best to consult your owner's manual or chat with an expert at CMG Eurospares to make sure you find the right part for you.
For the optimum in smooth rides and comfortable journeys, it can be worth updating your shock absorbers. The job of the shock absorber is a simple one - to keep you as steady on the road as possible. When there are the inevitable bumps and potholes to deal with, it’s the shock absorbers that keep your wheels tight to the road, working with the suspension system to even out surfaces and keep you on the straight and narrow. It could be time to upgrade your absorbers if you feel that your car isn’t handling as well as it used to, or if you arrive feeling like you’ve felt every inch of the road surface beneath you as you’ve travelled. Wear and tear on your shock absorbers over the years is perfectly common, and with the wide range available below, it won’t be a hardship to sort out your new ones. Take a look at the shock absorbers on CMG Eurospares today!
Suspension arms and joints are the workhorses of your suspension system, helping to support the weight of the car and absorb road forces. If you need to replace any of your suspension arms and joints.uspension arms and joints play an important role in keeping your car stable, keeping the wheels aligned with the body and connecting them to your steering system. While usually built to last, suspension arms and joints can wear out over time. If you’ve noticed vibrations coming from your steering wheel, or “wandering” steering that causes the vehicle to pull to the right or left, you may need to replace some of the components. A loud clunking sound, especially when driving on uneven surfaces, could also indicate that the bushings or ball joints have become loose.
The suspension mounting in your car improves the link between the chassis and the shock absorber to give a smoother ride. Finding the right suspension mounting components for your car is easy– just enter your Car and select from a range of high-quality products.Just a simple component, the small mounting plate itself is one of the most important parts of your car’s whole suspension system and can cause significant and costly damage to your vehicle if it fails. Your car has two or four mounting points, depending on whether it has two- or four-wheel independent suspension. The suspension mounting is attached by a circular metal plate that is bolted securely into place at several points. It is located above the two front wheels, to either side of the motor, and, in the case of four-wheel independent suspension, also close to both rear wheel wells where the mounting meets the suspension. Being the part that absorbs all the bumps and vibrations while driving, the suspension mounting is put under intense strain and can become easily worn or damaged as a result. Symptoms of a defective mount include poor handling, hard or noisy steering, instability when cornering and uneven wheel alignment. A fully functional suspension mounting will improve the lifespan of shock absorbers and other vital suspension parts such as tyres. Checking the mounting regularly is an essential part of car maintenance, and replacing mounts when worn is a small price to pay to ensure the safety and handling of your car remains intact. Replace both or all four mountings together to ensure even wear.
Dampers perform an important role in the suspension system of your car - they are shock absorbers that ultimately make your driving experience more comfortable. Otherwise known as dampeners or struts, dampers are pistons that operate inside a cylinder that is filled with oil, or with both oil and gas (the latter configuration tends to be more efficient). They are designed, by way of an up-and-down movement within the cylinder, to reduce the effects of spring oscillations caused by bumps in the road, so they are constantly working to keep your car level with the road and comfortable to drive. Failing dampers will tend to make your suspension feel ‘soft’ and you will notice shocks to the suspension system more frequently when you are on the road. There are three different types of dampers – strut, telescopic and lever-arm – so be sure to consult your owner’s manual and a specialist before you commit to buying one from our product range.
If your car makes unpleasant crunching noise when you turn the wheel, chances are your steering mount is worn out and needs to be replaced.The steering rack is an enclosed, solid metal component that allows the wheels of your car to react in unison with the steering wheel, enabling you to control the direction of your car. A series of u-joints and shafts connect the rack to the steering wheel. As you turn the steering wheel, the rack pinion moves it to the left or right. As the ends of the rack are also connected to the wheels of your car, this turns them in the same direction as your steering wheel. With so many parts working together to help you steer your car, there are plenty of potential issues that may arise with your steering rack. These may include everything from worn or damaged shaft arms, to pinions, to spindles. So, if one small part of the rack stops working properly, it is likely that its other parts will also soon follow. With this in mind, we advise replacing your defective steering rack with a whole new, like-for-like component.
Ensuring that a vehicle's wheels function in-sync, a track rod is what connects your car’s two front wheels to each other. A track rod actually comprises two rods – an inner and an outer track rod. The inner rod is attached to the steering rack and pinion, while the outer rod is attached to the steering knuckle. Together they perform an essential role in a car’s steering function. If they become loose this will certainly affect wheel alignment and steering control. The effect of wear in the track rod end is believed to be the main cause of worn tyres and you might notice a feathered pattern developing on your tyres if this is the case. It is recommended that track rod ends be replaced on both sides of the car at the same time to promote equal wear. It’s worth noting that while some track rod ends are sealed, others require regular greasing.
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