The arched design of our arms gives you 1.5” of extra clearance without a lift. The 1.5” forward offset extends your wheelbase for more stability and gives you clearance for up to 28.5” tires. That means you can roll over more obstacles easier.
What are two types of control arms?
The most common types of control arm suspensions are: Control arm type suspension. Strut type suspension.
What is a wheel arm?
A control arm connects the wheel hub and steering knuckle to the frame of the vehicle. They are typically equipped with bushings on the frame side of the vehicle and a ball joint on the wheel side of the vehicle that allow flex and controlled movement according to road conditions and steering input from the driver.
Is there a difference between left and right control arms?
A: yes, there is absolutely difference. Note the arm portion in the left side of the photo. If you were to turn it around for the opposite side of the car it would be pointing in the wrong direction.