a suspension arm that is mounted so that it points to the rear of the vehicle, used to locate the rear axle. Usually used on link suspension, where the coilover mounts.
A rear suspension piece holding the rear axle firmly fore and aft yet allowing it to travel up and down.
A rear suspension linkage supporting wheel assembly aft of a transverse pivot axis.
It is basically a suspension element having a longitudinal member which pivots from the body at its forward end with a wheel hub being joined to its trailing end. A rigid trailing arm provides all the locations of a wheel.
A form of independent suspension where the wheel is attached to a swinging arm, and is mounted to the rear of the arm pivot.
A suspension component consisting of a longitudinal member that pivots from the body at its forward end and has a wheel hub attached at the other end (the trailing end). It is similar to a semi-trailing arm system except that its pivot axis is directly perpendicular to the vehicle's longitudinal axis.
A rear suspension part that allows the axel to be moved either up or down to improve the racecarâ€(tm)s handling and balance.
A rear suspension element consisting of a lengthwise member that pivots from the body at its forward end and has a wheel hub rigidly attached to its trailing end.
An element of the rear suspension, which holds the rear axle tightly from moving back and forth, but allows it to travel up and down.
A trailing-arm suspension is an automobile suspension design in which one or more arms (or "links") are connected between (and perpendicular to and forward of) the axle and the chassis. It is usually used on rear axles. A 'leading arm' as used on a Citroen 2CV, has an arm connected between (and perpendicular to, and to the rear of) the axle and the chassis.