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A steering knuckle or stub axle is very often made of quenched and tempered steel and this is no coincidence. This element is exposed to massive forces in the car. The stub axle connects the wheel with the axle. Due to the fact that for physical reasons the strain on the external positions is very high, the stub axle needs to be built in such a way preventing it from taking any damage. In cars exposed to daily traffic, manufacturers cannot afford to take any risks.
This is somewhat different in the construction of racing cars. For this reason it can occasionally happen that a wheel comes loose from the car without an accident. With a normal car this is extremely improbable and only possible under unusual circumstances. In case of an accident it cannot be ruled out that a stub axle sustains damage. This would have to be a very serious impact, or the impact would have to occur under a "convenient" angle. If a rupture is observed on a stub axle it is recommended to desist from using the car and have the component replaced.
When the replacement of a stub axle is necessary, we recommend going to a first-class garage and afterwards take care of the purchase of a spare part. A research with help of our spare part search engine is the best start. In general it takes only a few clicks to find the fitting stub axle for your car. We only use brand companies for our supply and therefore you will obtain top quality. At the same time we are able to offer top prices. You can check this for all spare parts in our shop, e.g. for side mirrors, headlamps, fog lamps, car bonnets, side doors, car door handles, starters, evaporators and heat exchangers.