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Suspension bushings don’t require regular maintenance like tie rods and ball joints. Tie rods and ball joints should be lubricated on occasion to keep them in top shape, but certain lubricants can kil...
The sway bar (sometimes called anti roll bar) connects the left and right suspension to the front subframe.  There are bushings on the middle and ends (end links).  Your VW TDI only has a sway bar in ...
People purchase their center bearing in a variety of locations. It often depends on what cars are needed. Used parts can be purchased at junkyards and salvage yards. These parts come from wrecked vehi...
Overall, with the vast plethora of Mustang II-style IFS kits ranging from basic budget setups to fully polished showpieces on the market today, there is very little reason to go with a used Camaro fro...
Raise the front end of the car, chock the rear wheels, remove the front wheels, rest the car on jack stands, and make sure the car is safe and secure before getting underneath at all, see the TOS Agre...
This article will tell you how I replaced the clutch master and slave cylinders on my car. Neither I nor Audi World assume any responsibility for accuracy or applicability to your situation. Read thes...
Motor mounts are not a very glamorous product, but they do have an importantfunction: They support the engine and transmission, and dampen noise andvibration. 
Unlike early Fords, which utilized a C-channel framerail fortified with an extra-stout X-member down the middle for rigidity, '39-54 Chevrolets gain their rigidity through what is called a torque-box ...
"The Mustang II and Pinto setup became popular not only because the track width was correct, but because they could be modified for Granada rotors and bigger brakes--and it worked so well that it stuc...
Let's face it: just because we all love to look at, ride in, and even build super cool rods and customs, we don't always understand the intricacies of how every system operates. As long as it bolts on...
Replacing tie rod ends refers to repairing an integral part of a vehicle's steering mechanism. With a few basic tools and a little bit of know-how, this is a procedure that anyone, with a little bit o...
Getting more power from an engine is something all racers are familiar with. Getting that power to the ground, however, is a science that few racers really understand. For those of you just starting o...
The buzzer sounds off; it's halftime. Your band takes to the field. Before you know it, though, the trumpets play off-beat, the cymbals slam into each other and the saxophone player simply walks off t...
We now must remove the brake rotors. This is done by first removing the small Allen head set screw in the front of the rotor. You may find it helpful to spray these bolts with a good penetrant spray l...
Friction is the bane of every moving mechanical component of a car. Various mechanisms are devised to counter friction including lubrication and use of friction reducing components like wheel bearings...

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