Land Rover vehicles have an excellent suspension built to take on the roads and highways, as well as rugged terrains. A suspension is designed to keep your travels smooth and stable. Essential for supporting vehicle weight and keeping your alignment and steering in order.
Overall, your suspension is the chassis and a variety of other vital parts including coils, shocks, struts, and an anti-sway bar. The chassis is the base frame of your vehicle and connected to it are the coil springs. Coils are made from steel or non-ferrous metals like bronze, and titanium. They too absorb road impacts while help balance and support the vehicle's body.
The shocks and struts are structural components to the suspension and help keep your front-end level while keeping your tires on the road at all times. Connected to the ball joint, they help dampen road impacts while providing a smooth ride. Also, the anti-sway bar acts as a stabilizer. Sway bars are part of the alignment and help reduce sway or body roll of your vehicle.
Since suspension parts for all cars are located beneath the vehicle and exposed to the outside elements, over time, parts can corrode or malfunction. Suspension issues may arrive earlier for some, depending on driving style and mileage. No need to worry though, because our online Land Rover parts have the exact fit for your model year.
Sure signs of a faulty suspension or one that is about to go bad are:
- Unusually bumpy ride
- Squeaking or rocking when going over speed bumps
- Irregular tire wear
- Erratic braking
- Tough or sticky steering
Maintain Ride Quality | Choose Genuine OEM Suspension Parts
We have a ton of suspension parts fitted for your Land Rover. Shall you encounter any discomfort in the suspension while traveling, conduct an inspection and make a list of the replacement parts you need for the fix. Once you place your order, our team will package and ship your order immediately!
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