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NAPA Steering & Suspension
Ball Joint Wishbone Axial Joint Control Arm Stabiliser Links Tie Rod Assembly Tie Rod End NAPA Steering & Suspension

Choose from a huge range of fast-moving Steering & Suspension in the NAPA portfolio, which reflects the most popular applications in the UK market with more parts being added all the time. Our range comprises of Wishbones, Control Arms, Ball Joints, Stabiliser Links, Tie Rod Ends, Tie Rod Assemblies and Axial Joints.

Why Replace?
Road conditions are putting increased stress on the steering and suspension system of your vehicle. Failures to this system account for the second-highest MOT failure after the brake system. The main causes of failure are:

  • Wear and tear
  • Water and salt ingress
  • Contamination by oils and fluids
  • Road conditions/potholes
  • Accidental impact
  • Dust cover/boot split

Product Quality
Designed and manufactured to match or exceed the quality of the original part, each NAPA Steering & Suspension part is tested to OE specifications. If the part does not perform or meet the OE criteria, it will not get released into mass production until it matches or exceeds the OE characteristics.

To guarantee corrosion protection for 10 years, all NAPA products are protected with cataphoresis coating, including 900 hours of salt spray to ensure performance under the harshest weather condition. What’s more, NAPA uses robots to weld the components, ensuring consistent quality with utmost accuracy.

All products are produced in a fully certified, state of the art production facility. The plant is certified to automotive and quality standards ISO9001 and TS16949, as well as the environmental standard ISO14001.

The Technical Bit

Product testing includes:

  • Temperature: -40 degrees to +120 degrees
  • Lifecycle: 1 million cycles
  • Fatigue and wear test
  • Rotational torque testing
  • Ball joint/stabiliser links: grease, lubrication test
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