How to Tell What Steering and Suspension Parts Are Bad

Tie rod ends, control arms, link kits, ball joints… Demystify the suspension and steering parts that most commonly need to be replaced following impact with a pothole.

Learn how to diagnose a broken or worn chassis part by performing this simple test at home.

Reliable Aftermarkets: TOR Steering and Suspension Auto Parts

TOR offers a full range of heavy-duty steering and suspension car parts, from control arms to ball joints, bushings to sway bar link kits, tie rod ends and much more.

With over 2,200 product numbers available, TOR parts ensure utmost quality with each component being tested throughout the manufacturing process to assure exceptional performance and reliability. TOR parts are built for optimal fit and extended service life by a manufacturer that has been producing chassis parts since 1953.

Can a bad tie rod end cause vibrations in the steering wheel?

Discover the symptoms of a bad tie rod end here.