Suspension, Steering, Tire and Wheel


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Symptoms of Chassis Wear. Steering wheel pulls to the left or right. Steering wheel play / loose feel. Rattling or grinding noise under vehicle. Front end shimmy. Vehicle leans when turning. Tires show uneven or premature wear

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    The suspension system keeps your vehicle's wheels on the ground while supporting the chassis. This maximizes friction between the tires and the road allowing your vehicle to maintain its grip even when the road is bumpy. Suspension parts include ball joints, control arms, shocks and struts, sway bar links, and tie rods. These components all connect to important steering and wheel parts like the power steering pump, rack and pinion, and the wheel bearing hub assembly. We offer free next day delivery and same day in-store pick up for any suspension, steering, tire, or wheel parts your ride needs.

    These systems work together to improve your vehicle's ride and handling, and these two dynamics take three factors into account: road isolation, road holding, and cornering.

    Road isolation refers to the vehicle's ability to absorb or isolate road shock to ensure the vehicle body rides undisturbed over rough roads.

    Road holding refers to the suspension system's ability to maximize friction and keep the tires in contact with the road by preventing undue weight transfer when the car is accelerating or coming to a stop.

    Cornering is the ability of a vehicle to travel a curved path with minimal body roll by transferring weight from the vehicle's high side to the low side during cornering.

    The rack and pinion and power steering systems connect with the vehicle's front suspension parts at the front wheel hubs, the parts of the car that hold the wheels. This lets the driver work with the suspension, inputting their own controls through the wheel while the steering and suspension parts work together to ensure a smooth, controlled ride.

    Your suspension system is built to maximize friction between your wheels and the road, but over time this friction wears out your suspension components, making bumps in the road more noticeable and sharp turns riskier with a greater chance of rolling your car.

    From shock absorbers, leaf springs, and coil springs, to power steering fluid pumps, pressure line hoses, and other components for your car's steering system, we have everything you need to give yourself a smooth, controlled ride again.