Definition of track rod in English:

track rod

Line breaks: track rod


A rod that connects the two front wheels of a motor vehicle and transmits the steering action from the steering column to the wheels.
More example sentences
  • In back, the 5-link design uses twin upper and lower links and a lateral track rod.
  • Attached to it are three control arms, a suspension control shaft, track rod, and upper wishbone.
  • The rear end though is unconventional, employing four Y-shaped trailing arms, each of which pivots from the monocoque's rear bulkhead using track rod end ball joints.

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