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  • STARK Suspension arm catalogue
  • FEBI BILSTEIN Suspension arm catalogue
  • DELPHI Suspension arm catalogue
  • Original MOOG Suspension arm left and right
  • Original MEYLE Suspension arm left and right
  • Original KAMOKA Suspension arm left and right
  • Original A.B.S. Suspension arm left and right
  • Original TRUCKTEC AUTOMOTIVE Suspension arm left and right
  • Original SKF Suspension arm left and right
  • VAICO
  • MAGNETI MARELLI
  • OPTIMAL
  • TOPRAN
  • FAG
  • NTY
  • GSP
  • SWAG
  • SASIC
  • FAST
  • JPN
  • CORTECO
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TRW Suspension arm JTC1426
Suspension arm
Article number: JTC1426
£ 69,41
incl. 20% VAT , excl. delivery costs,
  • Control / Trailing Arm Type: Control Arm
  • Paired article numbers: JTC1427
  • TRW  Suspension arm
  • Item number  JTC1426
  • Our price   £ 69,41
  • Condition  New
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MEYLE -HD Quality Wishbone 116 050 0095/HD
Link Set, wheel suspension
Article number: 116 050 0095/HD
£ 518,01
incl. 20% VAT , free delivery
  • Supplementary Article / Info 2: with suspension rod
  • Supplementary Article / Supplementary Info: with accessories
  • reinforced version
  • Product line: -HD Quality
  • Full Set
  • Fitting Position: Front Axle Left, Front Axle Right
  • Control / Trailing Arm Type: Control Arm
  • MEYLE  Link Set, wheel suspension
  • Item number  116 050 0095/HD
  • Our price   £ 518,01
  • Condition  New
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TRW Track control arm JTC421
Suspension arm
Article number: JTC421
£ 28,28
incl. 20% VAT , excl. delivery costs,
  • Material: Aluminium
  • Control / Trailing Arm Type: Control Arm
  • Length [mm]: 273
  • Paired article numbers: JTC119
  • Inner diameter [mm]: 10,1
  • Diameter 1 [mm]: 46,4
  • Diameter 2 [mm]: 40
  • TRW  Suspension arm
  • Item number  JTC421
  • Our price   £ 28,28
  • Condition  New
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TRW Trailing arm JTC104
Suspension arm
Article number: JTC104
£ 83,03
incl. 20% VAT , excl. delivery costs,
  • Fitting Position: Front Axle, Lower, Left
  • Material: Steel
  • Control / Trailing Arm Type: Control Arm
  • Paired article numbers: JTC105
  • Supplementary Article / Info 2: with ball joint, with rubber mounting
  • TRW  Suspension arm
  • Item number  JTC104
  • Our price   £ 83,03
  • Condition  New
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Suspension arm TRW JTC1246
Suspension arm
Article number: JTC1246
£ 150,41
incl. 20% VAT , free delivery
  • Control / Trailing Arm Type: Control Arm
  • Paired article numbers: JTC1247
  • Supplementary Article / Supplementary Info: without accessories
  • TRW  Suspension arm
  • Item number  JTC1246
  • Our price   £ 150,41
  • Condition  New
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Suspension arm DELPHI TC1279
Suspension arm
Article number: TC1279
£ 50,57
incl. 20% VAT , excl. delivery costs,
  • Control / Trailing Arm Type: Control Arm
  • Length [mm]: 415
  • Height [mm]: 100
  • Thread Size 1: M14x1.5
  • Width [mm]: 85
  • DELPHI  Suspension arm
  • Item number  TC1279
  • Our price   £ 50,57
  • Condition  New
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Wishbone BLUE PRINT ADD68634
Suspension arm
Article number: ADD68634
£ 119,26
incl. 20% VAT , excl. delivery costs,
  • Fitting Position: Front Axle Left
  • Material: Steel
  • Control / Trailing Arm Type: Control Arm
  • Paired article numbers: ADD68635
  • Supplementary Article / Info 2: with bearing(s)
  • Weight [kg]: 2,420
  • BLUE PRINT  Suspension arm
  • Item number  ADD68634
  • Our price   £ 119,26
  • Condition  New
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Track control arm TRW JTC2512
Suspension arm
Article number: JTC2512
£ 82,24
incl. 20% VAT , excl. delivery costs,
  • Control / Trailing Arm Type: Control Arm
  • Paired article numbers: JTC2513
  • Diameter 1 [mm]: 14,3
  • Diameter 2 [mm]: 14,6
  • TRW  Suspension arm
  • Item number  JTC2512
  • Our price   £ 82,24
  • Condition  New
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Suspension arm from 106 manufacturers at prices from 2,01£ to 2211,58£

The bestselling products:
2254019 JTC421 ADM58646 116 050 8293/HD TC786 JTC1152
From popular manufacturers:
RIDEX LEMFÖRDER TRW STARK FEBI BILSTEIN DELPHI
For popular car brands:
BMW VW MERCEDES-BENZ FORD AUDI VAUXHALL
Suspension arm – technical details:
Fitting Position: Length [mm]: Material:
Rear Axle Rear 273 248 Aluminium Steel
Front Axle Left Lower 298 420 Sheet Steel -
Front Axle Right Upper 610 415 - -

Learn more about Suspension arm - operation method, diagnosis, causes of faults and replacement intervals.

Arms are elements of the vehicle independent suspension. They serve to restrict vertical movement of the wheel.

Types of suspension arms

According to the direction of travel:

  • longitudinal;
  • lateral.

By design:

  • triangular;
  • straight with two attachment points;
  • H-shaped.
Suspension arms construction

The arms are molded parts with reinforcement ribs of steel or light alloy. Components have thickenings on both ends, and one of them is cylindrical in shape with a pressed-in silentblock and the other is ring-shaped, for fixing the bushing. Arm shapes can be modified depending on design solutions.

Operation of suspension arms

With proper and careful operation suspension arms will last for the entire life of the car. Items can be damaged due to the deformation or corrosion. Driving on roads with high-quality surfaces, neat riding and proper storage of the car will increase the lifespan of this component type.

Suspension arms faults
  • deformation;
  • part breakage or fracture;
  • corrosion of steel components.
Symptoms of suspension arms failure
  • car pulls to one side during movement;
  • suspension breakdown;
  • uneven or increased tire wear;
  • knocking sounds in suspension;
  • increased vibration while driving.
Causes of suspension arms faults
  • poor quality of the road surface;
  • aggressive driving;
  • traffic accident;
  • wear of suspension components;
  • ingress of water, dirt and dust to the part.
Replacing suspension arms

Repair of suspension arms is carried out using special equipment at service stations. Doing it by yourself is not recommended.

To replace the faulty parts, you should complete the following steps:

  • put the car on supports;
  • unscrew the bolts of the upper arms;
  • carefully remove the parts to be replaced;
  • put new components;
  • tighten the arms fastenings;
  • perform the above steps in reverse order.
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How to replace a suspension arm yourself?

The component replacement process depends on a suspension construction. It can differ significantly in cars of various brands, models and versions. The basic algorithm is the following:

  • Studying the vehicle workshop manual.
  • Preparing tools. In most cases, you will need a car lift, wheel chocks, bush removers, screwdrivers, WD-40 spray, open and box spanners, a torque wrench and a wheel brace.
  • Accessing the fasteners of the part. For this, you will need to remove the wheels and other elements.
  • Removing the fasteners and disassembling the component.
  • Cleaning the contacting parts and their mounting seats.
  • Installing a new part. For tightening threaded joints, always use a torque wrench for applying the torque recommended by the car manufacturer.
  • Aligning wheel angles
Suspension arms of which manufacturers are worth buying?

All suspension arms can be divided into three groups according to their price:

  • Low-cost products. The group includes the products of Ridex, NK, SWAG, Mapco, JP Group and some other brands. They are inexpensive. The parts are designed to handle medium loads. On the average, their service life lasts for about 40,000 kilometres. You can choose them if you drive rarely, prefer high-quality roads, have a calm driving style and rarely carry heavy cargo in your boot.
  • Premium products. They include parts made by Monroe, Delphi and Stark Automotive. Their main advantages are excellent quality and long lifespan, which can reach the mileage of 120,000 kilometres. Products of this group are popular among owners of sports cars and off-road vehicles, which encounter heavy loads.
  • Mid-quality products. It is an optimal choice for many cars, as it combines reliability and affordable price. In case of a relatively calm driving style, these parts withstand everyday usage duly. They serve for up to 75,000 kilometres. This group is presented by the following brands: Topran, Metzger, CTR, Febi Bilstein, Ruville, Meyle, Diederichs, ABS.
How to detect broken front suspension arms?

Lift your car with a jack or set it over a servicing pit or onto a ramp. Assess the parts’ condition visually. They should not have deformations, corrosion stains, or shears. Bushes delamination also indicates suspension arms’ poor condition.

Make sure that the fasteners are properly tightened and there is no gap between the bush and the arm. To do this, grab the arm with your hand and try to rock it in different directions. Ball joints free movement can be checked with the help of a pry bar, by putting it between the component and the steering knuckle.