Play in front control arms - forks can appear in various parts of the control arm - fork. Most often it appears at the joints of the control arm - fork, but the play may also occur in bushing (the rubber parts of the control arm).
You will feel the play of the joint most easily when driving on pot holes where you can hear a sound of slight or strong hits. Plays of the joint may be also felt when quickly accelerating from standing and the wheels do not go in the direction the wheel is pointing. Unequal tread wear may also indicate that you have been driving with play in your front control arm - fork joint for some time. In case similar indicators occur, a qualified mechanic should inspect your front suspension and determine the cause of the problem.
Production and Industrial Refurbishment of joints for:
- Passenger vehicles
- Commercial vehicles
- Off-road vehicles
- Construction and farming machinery
- Rally vehicles