Steering and Suspension System and Braking System Diagrams | Arch Auto Parts

Save 15%-40% When You Shop At Arch Over Similar Parts Elsewhere! In order for a vehicle to run well, all the parts of each system need to be working together. Arch Auto Parts understands that every part counts which is why it sells OE-quality parts at discount prices. Having OE-quality parts is important because these are [...]

May 15th, 2019|

Arch Auto Parts Opens 13th Store in Brooklyn; Extends Network of Trusted NY Stores for Highest Quality Car & Truck Parts at Lowest Prices

Arch Auto Parts opens 13th store location at 1764 Eastern Pkwy Brooklyn, NY 11233, attributing continuing growth to strong relationships of trust with professional mechanics and local DIY auto part experts in the community. Because it is locally owned and operated, Arch Auto Parts is able to adapt, thrive, and continue to grow in the culturally distinct neighborhoods across Queens, Brooklyn, and Nassau County. […]

October 25th, 2018|

“The Only Change Is Adding The Dorman Logo”

Dorman acquired MAS Industries in October, 2017. The two companies are combining the MAS technical expertise with Dorman’s engineering and sales experience to remain a leader in the chassis product category. The Dorman Products Premium Chassis will consist of Premium XL™, Premium RD™ and MAS Select™. Find out how Dorman covers different drivers based on [...]

July 3rd, 2018|

Sway Bar / Stabilizer Link – What Is It And When To Replace?

Sway Bay - The Missing Link (Stabilizer bar, Sway bar, Anti-sway bar, Anti-Roll bar)   Sway bar link, Stabilizer bar, Sway bar, Stabilizer link, Anti-sway bar, Anti-Roll bar or some other combination of these words…Just like your friend Robert (Rob, Robbie, Bobby, Bob), this guy can’t get his name straight. Don’t let that throw you [...]

May 17th, 2017|

Ball Joints – What Are They and When Do They Need Replacing?

Ball Joints Ball joints are the swivel point between the steering and the suspension. More specifically, they are the point of contact between the control arm to the steering knuckle. Like your shoulder, the round end or “ball” is allowed a full range of mobility in its socket. This is important because it allows for [...]

May 10th, 2017|
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