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Front suspension-to-front body rail link assembly | Automotive steel

Front suspension to front frame crossmember link

The front suspension to front frame crossmember link is a component in a vehicle’s suspension system that connects the front suspension to the front frame crossmember. It is typically a metal rod or bar that is designed to provide stability and support to the suspension system by connecting it to the vehicle’s frame.

Recommended Steel Grade: High Strength Low Alloy Steel (HSLA)

Low carbon steel is often strengthened by the addition of microalloying elements such as niobium, titanium, and vanadium, which can be used alone or in combination to create carbonitride particles. These particles precipitate within the steel, providing strength, while also refining the grain structure to further enhance strength. Additionally, this type of steel exhibits excellent weldability. Its structure consists primarily of ferrite, with a minor presence of carbides.

Related material grade: HC340LAD+Z


Grade: HC340LAD+Z
C(max): 0.11
Mn(max): 1
Si(max): 0.5

Recommended Steel Grade: Carbon structural high strength steel (CMn)

High-strength carbon structural steel is a steel variety that achieves superior strength by incorporating small amounts of alloy elements such as silicon and manganese, which primarily work through solid solution strengthening. The steel’s primary structure is a combination of ferrite and pearlite.

The company’s main business is general GMW standard, Fiat EFE standard, Volvo VDA standard, Nissan NEN standard, Volkswagen VW50065, Ford WSS-M and other standard series of automotive steel.
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