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Suspension and tyres

Question : Is it true that by increasing the stiffness of the suspension, it will cause the tyres to wear faster?

Answer : Not necessary unless the suspension is so stiff that the vehicle is bouncing in the air with the tyres leaving the ground.

 

 

 
Time to replace the bush

Question : What are the types of bushing underneath the car that can be worn out and need replacement? 

Answer : All the suspension pivot points have either bushings or ball joints. In modern cars, almost all these parts are no longer serviceable, i.e. cannot be lubricated, and so with use, they either get worn or in the case of rubber parts, they get hard or collapse, resulting in suspension noises and uneven tyre wear, etc. Therefore depending on your usage of the car and how bad the road conditions are, you may need to replace these bushes at yearly intervals to maintain the quietness and driving stability.

 
   
 

Suspension and tyres

Original vs compatible

Upsetting sounds

Sound from front suspension

Stiff suspension

Bouncy Avanza

Hard suspension

 

Wandering danger

Still vibrating

Rear suspension

Bumpy ride

Suspension change

Air Suspension confusion

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