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If you drive over bumps and hear a clunking sound, there is a good possibility that something important is wrong with your car.

While driving your car, have you ever felt like you are riding a roller coaster but on a flat surface? Or have you found that your car starts bouncing like a wild stallion after hitting a pothole? A bouncy or unstable car can have any number of issues with the steering and suspension that may need to be properly diagnosed.

The trailing arm bushings join the axle and pivot point on the body of the vehicle.

Most of us are used to being able to enjoy smooth, precise movement when we turn the steering wheel in our vehicle.

Your car needs its engine in order to run properly, and with that said it needs to be placed in your vehicle in the exact right position.

In order for a car to ride and handle like it is supposed to, the suspension system will have to be working properly.

When it comes to important components in your vehicle, the driveshaft holds a lot of importance.

Ball joints are an essential part of your car’s suspension.

One of the most under-appreciated yet incredibly important mechanical components hiding underneath our vehicles is the stabilizer bar bushings.

When it comes to vehicle suspension, modern cars and SUV's can be very biased to the front end.

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