Astra Ball Joint 113254

Astra Ball Joint 113254

The 113254 Astra ball joint is a critical component of the steering and suspension system found in many automobiles, including the Opel Astra.
K569 per unit
Last updated Apr 10 2023

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Ball joints are designed to connect the steering knuckle to the control arms, allowing the suspension system to move up and down while maintaining the proper alignment of the wheels.

The Astra ball joint is typically made of a combination of high-strength steel and durable rubber or polyurethane. The ball joint is designed to be highly resistant to wear and tear, as it must bear the weight of the vehicle and handle the stresses of steering and suspension movements.

Regular inspection and maintenance of the ball joint is important to ensure that it remains in good working condition and is not damaged or worn. Signs of wear or damage to the ball joint can include a clunking or popping sound when turning the steering wheel, uneven tire wear, or a feeling of looseness or play in the steering or suspension.

If the ball joint is found to be worn or damaged, it should be replaced promptly with a high-quality replacement component, such as the 113254 Astra ball joint, to ensure the safe and reliable operation of the vehicle.

By using high-quality ball joints like the 113254 Astra ball joint, manufacturers and operators of automobiles can be confident in the safety and performance of their vehicles, helping to ensure the smooth and efficient operation of the steering and suspension systems.

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