Suspansion Ball Joint

Suspansion Ball Joint

What is Ball Joint?

   A ball joint is a mechanical component that connects two parts of a vehicle suspension system, allowing them to move in different directions while maintaining a secure connection. It's part of the control arm, which helps to control the position of the wheels and allows for smooth up and down movement of the suspension. The ball joint consists of a ball and socket design, where the ball fits into a socket that is attached to the control arm, and a stud that connects to the steering knuckle. This design allows for a wide range of motion, which helps to maintain stability and control during driving.

   When is that necessary to replace a Ball Joint? A ball joint is typically replaced when it wears out or fails due to age or excessive use. Some signs that a ball joint may need to be replaced include: 1. Uneven tire wear: If the ball joint is worn, it can cause the tires to wear unevenly, which can affect handling and safety. 2. Clunking sounds: If you hear a clunking or knocking sound when driving over bumps, it may be a sign that the ball joint is loose or worn. 3. Steering issues: If the ball joint is worn, it can affect the vehicle's alignment, which can result in shaking or vibrations in the steering wheel, making it difficult to control the vehicle. 4. Suspension problems: If the ball joint is worn, it can cause the suspension to sag or lose stability, which can affect ride comfort and handling. It's recommended to replace a worn ball joint as soon as possible to ensure the safe operation of the vehicle and prevent further damage to other suspension components.

Suspansion Ball Joint Images


* Name of all vehicles, brands, models, symbols and logos, OE numbers and other third party numbers in this website and catalog are used for reference purposes only.
Control Arm Bushing Front Big
BUICK (II) 1975 - 1975
335887, 335897, 3...
Engine Mounting
SUBARU (SJ) 2013 - 2019
41022-AA310, 4102...
Engine Mounting
SUBARU 2003 - 2006
Engine Mounting Lower
SSANGYONG 2005 - 2006
Engine Mounting Left
PORSCHE (970) 2009 - 2016
Engine Mounting Right
PORSCHE (970) 2009 - 2016