Structure And Characteristics Of The Car Control Arm

- Jan 03, 2019-

Car control arm structure

1. Lateral stabilizer bar connecting rod

When the suspension is installed, one end of the stabilizer bar link is connected with the lateral stabilizer bar through a rubber bushing, and the other end is connected with the control arm or the barrel shock absorber through a rubber bushing or a ball joint, and the lateral stabilizer bar link is symmetric in the home selection. Used, it enhances the stability of operation.

2, tie rod

When the suspension is installed, the rubber bushing at one end of the tie rod is connected to the frame or the body, and the rubber bushing at the other end is connected to the hub. These control arms are mostly used in the multi-link suspension of the car and the tie rods of the steering system, which are mainly subjected to lateral loads and at the same time guide the movement of the wheels.

3, the longitudinal tie rod

Longitudinal pull rods are mostly used for towing suspensions to transmit traction and braking force.

4, single control arm

These automotive control arms are mostly used in multi-link suspensions, and the two single control arms work together to transmit lateral and longitudinal loads from the wheels.

5, fork (V) arm

6, triangle arm

This type of vehicle control arm is mostly used for the lower arm of the front suspension McPherson suspension to transmit lateral and longitudinal loads and control the relative motion of the wheel and the body.