If you are looking for the most efficient auto parts at a remarkably low price, then IHVSV should be your go-to brand. The Tie Rod End from this brand comes as a set of 6 pieces, 4 pieces, or 2 pieces for your options at a competitive price. Made of premium quality material this efficient accessory passed extensive testing and is proven to be highly efficient possessing great durability. It easily fits into models from the year 1992 to 2000 of the most prominent car brands.
anti-rust oil, black paint, colorful znic, white znic
forged steel outer shell, #40Cr ball stud
Per OE specification
Per OE spec. or customer's design
M to M, or M to Plastic
easy to install, light weight, long durability
customer's brand box, in bulk pack, supplier's brand box
What is a ball joint?
Ball joints are a component of the front suspension of a car. The front suspension is a complex assembly of links, joints, bushings and bearings that allow your front wheels to move up and down independently and turn left or right together. Throughout the motion of the suspension, it maximizes the tire’s contact with the road for optimum vehicle control and tire wear. Ball joints are the critical component of the front suspension that connect various links and allow them to move. Ball joints consist of a ball and socket similar to the hip joint of the human body. Ball joints of your front suspension provide pivoting movement between the steering knuckles and control arms to provide a safe, smooth ride and allow you to precisely control your vehicle.
Ball joints consist of a metal housing and stud. The stud can swing and rotate within the housing. Bearings inside the housing can be comprised of metal or plastic. The socket is filled with grease to provide lubrication, keep debris and water out of the socket, and maintain noise free operation. A rubber boot opening of the joint to keep debris out and grease in. Many original equipment ball joints are designed as sealed units. If the protective boot fails, water and road debris will quickly cause wear and ball joint failure. Some aftermarket ball joints use an improved design that allows lubrication to flush out contaminants to extend the life of the joints.
There are two types of ball joints: fastening press-in and bolts fastening types.
Why choose IHVSV ball joints?
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