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2 DEGREE WEDGE PLATE (DIFF)

Code: MOC7025
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9" DIFF SHIM AND REP.PARTS KIT

Code: MOR84750
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DRAG FRONT SHOCK

Code: MOC2610
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DRAG REAR SHOCK FORD (EACH)

Code: MOC2740
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DRAG SHOCK HOLD FJ-HT (EACH)

Code: MOC2705
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DROPPED SPINDLE 2"

Code: ALL56305
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FORD FRONT DRAG SHOCK (EACH)

Code: MOC2640
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QA1 SHOCK SINGLE ADJ HT-HK REAR

Code: QA1TS703
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QA1 SHOCK SINGLE ADJUSTABLE(each)

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You have heard about chassis ample of times but do really know what it is? Car chassis is the platform, which holds all the component of the car. In lucid words, chassis is the skeletal frame that holds all the components of the car. It is basically core component of the car and act as backbone that supports an engine, tyre, axles, steering and the body of the car.
If we talk about suspension it is combination of a Springs, shock absorbers and linkages. These are all combined together and forms suspension. The basic principle of car suspension is to ensures that ride is comfortable, isolated from the road bumps and vibrations. It also safety to car luggage from the damage and wear.

Types of car Suspension:

Non-independent Car suspension

In non-independent car suspension, we find that set of wheels are connected together by a frame and both the wheels works together. While the rear-wheel-drive car often has a live axle with a tube containing both the driver shafts (half shafts) and the different gears.  

Independent Car Suspension:

Instead of sharing a common shaft, each wheel is independently attached to the body or sub frame of the axle. The difference between the frame and driven wheels is that they remain connected to the independent suspension by jointed drive shafts.

Double Wishbones:  Mostly found at the front. There are two types of wishbones exists one above the others which maintain the wheel upright as it rises and falls.
MacPherson-strut suspension: Found in both side front and rear. The wheel hub is tightly fixed to a vertical, telescopic, tubular strut has its top end and anchored to the frame or a reinforced wing. The front wheels rotate the whole strut to allow steering. Pivoted arms move inward and forward to keep the tires upright and resist accelerating and braking forces.
So for any kind of suspension part from minute to major SpeedPro will provide you with the best quality part for your vehicle, with the full support and maintenance.