A car chassis may refer to either the frame of a car that holds together its components or to a rolling chassis. A rolling chassis consists of the frame, engine and drivetrain. That is, it includes almost all components ... More »

Thanks to improved techniques in car manufacturing, convertible car frames now have chassis and bodies as strong as typical car frames. This marks a major shift from the convertibles of the 1960s through 2001, when the c... More »

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Car frame damage is created from collisions with other vehicles and appears on the main structural support in the chassis of the automobile. Depending on the severity of the damage, it may not be able to be repaired, whi... More »

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A 6-inch lift kit raises the body, engine, frame and power train of a vehicle 6 inches above the wheels and chassis. Once a lift kit is installed, larger tires can be added to increase a vehicle's height over off-road ob... More »

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A unibody frame is a type of vehicle construction where the both the body of the car and the chassis forms a single unit; reinforcements are then added to other specific sections of the car. Most modern cars are built wi... More »

Consumer complaints for the Chevrolet pickup truck chassis frequently concern rust and corrosion on the frame, vibrations at highway speeds connected to the suspension and chassis, and a peeling or crumbling protective w... More »

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To fix squeaky front suspension, inspect and replace the worn components found under the chassis. Suspension components are made from rubber, hydraulic pistons and steel. All of which become worn out in time. More »