Sub-Frame Connectors

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Automotive Subframe Connectors
Automotive Subframe Connectors

Sub-frame connectors are used on unibody cars, which are composed of a front, and rear sub-frame. Unibody frames are not one solid piece of metal, which means they flex, when large amounts of torque is sent, to the rear axle, which is connected to the frame. Sub-frame connectors are common on high performance cars which have a lot of torque. The twisting of the frame affect's the vehicle's body alignment, such as doors, and panels. When large amounts of flex is experienced in the frame, it can cause fatigue, which can lead to cracks in the frame. Sub-frame connectors are metal bars, which connect the front and rear sub-frame together, and stiffen the chassis on unibody vehicles. Sub-frame connectors make the vehicle more stable. A stiffer chassis allows the suspension to put all of its power to the ground, without losing power to the chassis, due to the chassis flexing. Sub-frame connectors improve handling. Improved handling is noticed when the vehicle is cornering. When the vehicle is cornering, the suspension distributes the car's weight evenly, without any body roll or a flexing chassis. Sub-frame connectors are either welded or bolted to the frame, which allows for convenient installation. Using sub-frame connectors also reduces rattles, and squeaks, when the vehicle's body flexes while driving over rough terrain.

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