- Control Arm: A movable lever that fastens the steering knuckle to the frame of the vehicle.
- Control Arm Busing: This is a sleeve which allows the control arm to move up and down on the frame.
- Strut Rod: Prevents the control arm from swinging forward and backwards.
- Ball Joints: A joint that allows the control arm and steering knuckle to move up and down and sideways as well
- Shock absorbers or Struts: prevents the suspension from bounce after spring compression and extension
- Stabilizer Bar: Limits body roll of the vehicle during cornering
- Spring: Supports the weight of the vehicle
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