A bad tie rod actually means that the tie rod ends are loose or damaged causing a loose steering wheel, a clunking clicking sound from the front end, among other signs. Discover more symptoms and what to do about it here!
A loaded strut is a complete, easily installed replacement for every part of the strut assembly and can offer a cheaper replacement than a bare strut that reuses some original components, but also requires tool rentals or professional installation. We’ll help you decide which option is best for your vehicle.
Are you looking to give your RZR a little extra edge out on the trails, without a costly suspension replacement? Well, you’re in the right place. In this article, I am going to tell you why rubber is not a reliable bushing material, the ‘creative’ (yet dangerous) fixes for them, and how longer-lasting polyurethane UTV bushings will save you money and upgrade the suspension of your RZR.
A bad control arm really means there’s a bad ball joint or worn control arm bushings. When they fail you can experience symptoms ranging from clunking noises to steering wander. This article will highlight the symptoms along with the reasons for control arm failure and what to do about it.
Polyurethane Bushings are an aftermarket alternative for replacing or upgrading the suspension bushings in a vehicle. There are a few reasons you might consider installing poly bushings but most boil down to finding a better balance between performance, durability, and comfort.
Checking the ball joints on your vehicle is a simple process that can be accomplished with a jack, jack stands, flat head screwdriver, and a 2×4. Once the vehicle is jacked up you can manipulate the tire or ball joint to check for looseness.
How do you properly grease a ball joint? DST will provide some detailed instructions for lubricating a ball joint with or without a grease zerk fitting.
A complete guide to modifying stock motor mounts by making your own urethane motor mount inserts.
What’s the difference between rubber and polyurethane suspension bushings? DST takes an in-depth look at the material differences between rubber and poly.