Both upper and lower steering swivel ball joints are pressed into housings incorporated into the outer ends of the upper and lower wishbones. The upper ball pin is secured to the forged steel, rearward facing steering arm, itself fixed to the hub carrier by two M1 0 bolts. The ball pin of the steering lower swivel joint is secured in a forged steel plinth bolted to the bottom of the hub carrier by four M10 setscrews. The spring/damper unit acts between the outer end of the lower wishbone and the chassis front crossmember, and is fitted with the damper rod lowermost in order to minimise unsprung weight.
In order to protect the alloy hub carrier from the effects of electrolytic corrosion, it is important to ensure that the joint faces with any steel components are coated with the specified jointing compound before assembly.
At the first side, it may seem the car is an excellent invention of the twentieth century. The car had served to make easy the human life, but now it has changed diametrically. Once they really had been used to quicker drive and shorten the time of traveling. If it were to nowadays, it would be excellent. Unfortunately, it is completely different. The technology is still going ahead and our cars are improved. This is not a good way to improvement human's life. It is not fair that many young people lost their lives in car crash accidents. Not only young people die in these accidents but also older. The question arises, "Why such a young people have to die" Whether somebody has twenty or less years or little more why he or she must die. I wonder who has the law to kill young lives. I wish somebody answered me. The car - yes, the death - no! However, how to reconcile these two matters. Is it possible I think it is possible, but many people have to reflect what for the car may be used to. What should we do to avoid foolishness and unnecessary incidents
These were my ideas and now I quote some very unpleasant examples. I do not know whether I ought to begin from the latest or the oldest example. Perhaps let it be the latest.
Two weeks ago, my friend was killed in a car crash accident. It was not his fault, but it was the driver's fault. Nevertheless, from the beginning. The four boys were driving from the first town to the second. (I do not publish names of these towns because it is unimportant). It would not be anything strange in this but suddenly the driver wanted to check how to brake with the hand's brake. This moment the car began to slide along the road, over turn, and at last hit the tree. Two boys in the age of twenty died immediately at the hospital. One of them is alive, but the driver was alive, too, but when he saw what has happened he hung himself and also died. I knew them very well, and now I feel awful. I feel awful, but how do feel their parents I think it is not able to description, to telling, and even to thinking. It must be a horrible experience for them. Their parents are not more than forty-five years old. They will have to life with the consciousness that they already have not their children. I do not agree with this and never agree. I am also nearly twenty