OEM NO.: 2513301307
Fits to: BENZ R CLASS MPV (W251)[2006-]
Express Company: DHL, TNT, UPS, FedEx, EMX, etc.
Export Markets: Global
Packing: Neutral packing, or according to client's request.
Shipping Terms: FOB, CNF, CIF
Export Port: Xiamen Port, Customer appointed port is acceptable
Payment Terms: T/T, Western Union
racing control arms 2513301307
FIND OEM QUALITY CONTROL ARMS AT Monake auto parts - UPPER CONTROL ARMS, LOWER CONTROL ARMS AND MORE
The control arm connects your car's chassis to the front suspension system. Typically, the term "control arm" means the upper control arm and lower control arm. Both components work in unison to provide a solid, stable link with the suspension and body. Without control arms, your car wouldn't run as smoothly, and it also wouldn't be nearly as safe. The combination of ride stability and better overall control make control arms one of the most important components on your car, even if they're under-appreciated.
Monake is proud to offer you the best components for your control arm replacement project.
At Monake, our mission is to make buying the parts you need as easy as possible. That means availability, affordability, and convenience - and we've got you covered on all those fronts. With the most complete retail catalogue in the industry, we're positive that you'll find exactly what you're looking for - not just a new control arm, but a control arm that fits. We know our customers are concerned about making sure the part they buy is the right size for their vehicle, which is why we offer our Guaranteed Exact Fit.
HOW CONTROL ARMS HELP STABILIZE YOUR CAR
Think of your control arms as extra shock absorbers. But instead of absorbing the shock from the wheels up, the control arms assist in lessening the impact of the road. Another important part of the control arm system is to align the wheels with the car's frame. Part-safety component, part-essential stabilizer and part-shock absorb assist, control arms do many things simultaneously.
Nearly all new cars have control arms for the front suspension system, not the rear suspension. This is primarily due to the fact that only the front wheels are controlled by the steering wheel.