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The stabiliser bar link, or longitudinal connecting rod, is part of the car suspension system and specifically supports the arms subjected to loads in the longitudinal direction, when accelerating or braking or in other operating conditions.

The stabiliser bar link helps define the vehicle's alignment on the road, following the roughness of the road surface and defining the kinematics and dynamics of the arm and suspension unit.
It is a fundamental component for ensuring the car is stable and for providing a smooth ride in total safety.

This part is inserted into the vehicle body through the stabiliser bar bushings that are connected to the control arm of the front suspension.
When you hear "clattering" noises near the tire, especially when cornering and on bumps, this probably means that the part is damaged and the handling and steering of the vehicle are also compromised.

The OMG range includes products with a quality comparable to that of the original components and with the same quality standards as the original equipment.

Tensile tests on the welds of these components are carried out with gradually increasing stresses with periodic frequency, applying loads with hydraulic machinery up to the breakage of the junction points of the tie rods to ensure the welds are of a sufficiently high quality.

The most high-performance materials are used for our products.
Furthermore, three-dimensional checks are periodically carried out on the whole range by our highly qualified and up-yo-date technicians with the latest generation Zeiss equipment.

Anti-roll bar links are complementary in OMG's linkage and suspension range.
New codes are developed every year to provide the customer with the most up-to-date and complete range.

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