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Volvo Steering & Suspension Parts
If your Volvo truck has worn down elements of its steering and suspension system then you’re most likely going to experience some very noticeable changes and deterioration in the driving and handling of your HGV. You might notice things such as reduced steering capabilities, or even unresponsive steering, along with unstable steering and a bumpier drive.
For Volvo HGV drivers that are completing long drives frequently, regular maintenance and check-ups on your vehicle’s suspension and steering parts are essential for the safety of your truck. Replacement Volvo steering parts and suspension system replacement are a relatively easy fix for any parts that have deteriorated or completely broken.
Volvo LGVa and HGVs are generally known for their great quality of build, making them reliable trucks for long-term use. Often with steering and suspension system elements, as with any other truck part, it’s important to recognise that the fault of one element is not a reflection of the quality and performance of others. So whilst your suspension may require part replacements, other internal truck parts could be good as new. This is why we sell so many replacement Volvo truck parts so that for a low cost you can replace the specific part in need and get your truck back to top road performance in no time.
Volvo Steering & Suspension Parts FAQS
What does a truck shock absorber do?
For sprint-mounted trucks, shock absorbers prevent unwanted and excessive motion of your vehicle when driving. They work particularly hard on rough or bumpy road surfaces where the vehicle experiences more jagged movements. The truck part literally absorbs the shock of abrupt motion for an overall smoother driving experience.
What do track rod ends do on trucks?
The function of track rod ends is to allow the steering rack of your truck to successfully move the wheels in the intended direction. They do this by sending a force to the front wheel steering knuckle via the rack gear. Effectively, without track rod ends, your truck won’t be able to turn.