Nissan Fuga/Skyline Bushing Front Lower Arm Assy

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Nissan Fuga/Skyline Bushing Assy-Front Lower Arm
Brand: Febest
Part No: NAB-369
OEM NO: #54501?-1MD1A
Cross Reference: 54500-1MD0A

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The front lower arm assembly, also known as the control arm or wishbone, is a crucial component of a vehicle’s suspension system, particularly in the front axle assembly. It serves as a structural link between the vehicle’s chassis and the front wheel hub, allowing the wheel to move up and down while maintaining proper alignment and stability.


1. Suspension Support and Stability:

  • Weight Distribution: The front lower arm assembly helps support the weight of the vehicle’s front end, distributing it evenly across the suspension system.
  • Stability Enhancement: By providing a stable connection between the front wheel hub and the chassis, the control arm assembly enhances stability, particularly during cornering, braking, and acceleration.

2. Absorption of Road Impacts:

  • Impact Dampening: The front lower arm assembly absorbs and dampens impacts from bumps, potholes, and road irregularities, minimizing the transmission of shocks and vibrations to the vehicle’s occupants.
  • Ride Comfort: By reducing jolts and vibrations, the control arm assembly contributes to a smoother and more comfortable ride quality, enhancing overall driving experience.

3. Facilitates Wheel Movement:

  • Wheel Articulation: The control arm assembly allows for controlled up-and-down movement of the front wheels, ensuring optimal tire contact with the road surface.
  • Steering Response: By facilitating wheel movement, the control arm assembly contributes to precise steering response and maneuverability, enhancing driver control and confidence.

4. Maintenance of Wheel Alignment:

  • Alignment Stability: Proper alignment of the front wheels is essential for even tire wear, optimal handling, and vehicle stability. The front lower arm assembly helps maintain proper wheel alignment by providing a stable mounting point for the suspension components.

5. Enhanced Safety:

  • Improved Handling: A well-functioning front lower arm assembly enhances vehicle handling and responsiveness, particularly during emergency maneuvers and evasive actions.
  • Reduced Risk of Component Failure: By distributing forces and stresses evenly across the suspension system, the control arm assembly helps prevent premature wear and failure of other suspension components, enhancing overall safety.

6. Longevity and Durability:

  • Robust Construction: Front lower arm assemblies are typically constructed from durable materials such as steel or aluminum alloy, ensuring long-term reliability and performance.
  • Resistance to Corrosion: Many control arm assemblies are coated or treated to resist corrosion and withstand harsh environmental conditions, prolonging their lifespan and durability.

Signs a car needs a new one;

1. Excessive Noise and Vibrations:

  • Clunking or Banging Noises: Worn or damaged front lower arm assemblies can cause clunking or banging noises, especially when driving over bumps or rough roads.
  • Increased Vibrations: Excessive vibrations felt in the steering wheel or throughout the vehicle, particularly during acceleration or braking, can indicate a problem with the front lower arm assembly.

2. Steering and Handling Issues:

  • Loose or Vague Steering: A worn or damaged front lower arm assembly can affect steering responsiveness, leading to a loose or vague steering feel.
  • Difficulty Maintaining Control: Handling may become compromised, with the vehicle feeling less stable and more prone to swaying or drifting, especially during cornering or sudden maneuvers.

3. Uneven Tire Wear:

  • Inner or Outer Tire Wear: Worn or damaged front lower arm assemblies can lead to uneven tire wear, particularly on the front tires. Look for signs of excessive wear on the inner or outer edges of the tire tread.

4. Visual Inspection:

  • Visible Damage or Wear: Inspect the front lower arm assembly visually for signs of damage, such as bending, cracking, or corrosion. Pay close attention to the condition of the ball joints and bushings.
  • Leaking Fluid: Some front lower arm assemblies contain fluid-filled bushings or ball joints. Fluid leakage or signs of fluid seepage indicate a failure of these components.

5. Suspension Sag or Sagging Ride Height:

  • Uneven Ride Height: A noticeable sagging or uneven ride height on one side of the vehicle, especially when compared to the other side, may indicate a problem with the front lower arm assembly.

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Nissan Fuga/Skyline Bushing Front Lower Arm Assy

Nissan Fuga/Skyline Bushing Front Lower Arm Assy

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