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  • kee leong
    Signs of wear

    A worn bushing can cause misalignment. This damaged component weakens the bond between two car parts, and these misaligned parts may result in clunking noises usually coming from the steering system of the vehicle. Usually, the damaged control arm bushings cause the wheel alignment issue.
    23 mar 2021
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  • How long do suspension bushings last?

    Bushings made of rubber would be designed to last about as long as rubber hoses, generally the lifespan expected would be about 15 years, which for most would be the life of the car. The environment they are in will affect the lifespan.30 mar 2018
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    Factors affecting rheology of a suspension
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    2. Particle shape. ...
    3. Particle size and size distribution. ...
    4. Temperature.
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    With a failing suspension system, you'll often feel the vehicle "drift" or "pull" when you're turning. This basically means the shocks are no longer keeping the vehicle body stable against the centrifugal force of a turn, increasing your risk of a rollover.

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