What is rear

rear suspension

[box style=”0″]Glossary “rear suspension” Definition:
An integral part of the total suspension system designed to keep the rear axle and wheels in their proper position under the car body, typically of two types; solid axle type and independent rear-suspension type.[/box]

rear spring shackle

[box style=”0″]Glossary “rear spring shackle” Definition:
A device bolted to a rubber bushing in the rear main leaf eye, and having an upper shackle bolt that extends through a similar rubber bushing in the rear-spring hanger, providing fore and aft movement with variations in spring length.[/box]

rear shelf

[box style=”0″]Glossary “rear shelf” Definition:
Thin panel behind the rear seat and in front of the back glass. It often has opening for rear stereo speakers. Also known as rear package tray.[/box]

rear spoiler

[box style=”0″]Glossary “rear spoiler” Definition:
A part that mounts to the truck lid to alter the airstream at the rear of the body to increase down force. This helps rear wheel traction at highway speeds.[/box]

rear section

[box style=”0″]Glossary “rear section” Definition:
Also known as tail section or rear clip, it consists of the rear quarter panels, trunk or rear floor pan, rear frame rails, trunk or deck lid, rear bumper, and related parts.[/box]

rear end torque

[box style=”0″]Glossary “rear end torque” Definition:
Twisting reaction of a rear-axle assembly in a direction opposite to that of wheel rotation when power is applied, controlled by the control arms in coil-spring models and by the leaf springs in leaf spring models.[/box]