Steering Bushes

Steering bushes are components of the suspension system in a vehicle. Between the steering rack and the chassis, they act as a cushion. The purpose of steering bushes is to lessen the amount of vibration and noise that is transmitted to the steering system from the road as well as to absorb some of the stresses that are placed on the steering system. They can deteriorate with time and are often constructed of rubber or polyurethane. A vehicle's handling and stability can be enhanced, and replacing worn-out steering bushes can stop additional harm to the steering system.