Track Control Arm : A track control arm is a hinged suspension link between the chassis and the suspension upright or hub that carries the wheel. The inboard (chassis) end of a control arm is attached by a single pivot, usually a rubber bushing. A control arm set (lower and upper) connects the front suspension of the car to the frame of the car. It is connected to the wheels through ball joints, and to the frame of the car through bushings
Tie Rod End: Tie rods are attached on both ends of the steering rack and as the pinion rolls over the slotted rack, they help push and pull the front tires as the steering wheel is turned. The inner tie rod / rack end will be closer to the centre of the vehicle and the outer tie rod is nearer the wheel. The tie rod transmits force from the steering center link or rack gear to the steering knuckle. This will cause the wheel to turn left and right.
Ball Joint: The ball joint is a pivot between the wheels and the suspension of your vehicle. This connection needs to be able to rotate horizontally for steering and vertically for shock absorption.A ball joint consists of a bearing stud and socket enclosed in a casing; all these parts are made of steel.
Stabilizer Link : A sway or stabilizer bar prevents the car body from leaning too much and keeps the vehicle stable when driving in turns. Stabilizer bars links improve handling and shock absorption, keeping the car from swaying too much as you turn.. It connects opposite (left/right) wheels together through short lever arms linked by a torsion spring
Drag Link : Center Link (Drag Link) steel bar connects the right and left side of the steering linkage.It connects to Pitman arm, Tie rod ends, and Idler arm. The drag link converts the sweeping arc of the steering arm to linear motion in the plane of the other steering links