What is a wishbone on a car?
Wishbones/control arms are an integral component in your vehicle’s suspension.
What do wishbones do on a car?
The wishbones help absorb shocks from the road by allowing the wheel to move up and down whilst remaining stability, working in condition with the shock absorbers and the drive shafts which both move too. If you notice poor handling or your vehicle moving to one side upon acceleration or braking, this is a sign your wishbone needs replacing.
Car wishbone replacement cost.
We recommend taking your vehicle to a local garage or dealership to first check if your wishbone needs replacing. We supply wishbones for all corners of the vehicle to return your vehicle back its optimum comfort, performance and most importantly, safety.
At Ultimate Styling our wishbones are made from Cast Iron or Steel, to the highest standard.
If you are struggling to find a wishbone that’s right for your vehicle, use these key words to help you.
Steel Manufactured from Steel
Cast Iron Manufactured from Cast Iron
Alloy Manufactured from an Alloy
Ball Joint Flexible joint linking the Suspension Arm to the vehicle wheel.
Rear Mounting Bush Flexible Bush connected to the rear of a Suspension Arm.
Front of Wheel The suspension arm is located to the ‘Front’ of the wheel.
Rear of Wheel The suspension arm is located to the ‘Rear’ of the wheel.
Standard Duty To suit Light Commericial Vehicles (LCV) that are used for ‘standard duty’ requirements.
Heavy Duty To suit Light Commericial Vehicles (LCV) that are used for ‘heavy duty’ requirements.
(->ch.12335) To suit vehicles with a chassis number up to 12345.
(ch.12345->) To suit vehicles with a chassis number greater than 12345.
(Eng.CJCA) To suit vehicles with engine type CJCA.
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