One of the things that make owning a Dodge vehicle so rewarding is the fact that it gives such a smooth handling and suspension performance. Dodge is a respected name when it comes to racing cars, and the cutting-edge technology that Dodge uses on its racing cars is also incorporated in its commercial vehicles. And that is why your Dodge vehicle has a sophisticated suspension system that lets you drive your vehicle comfortably even when driving through irregular terrain. However, despite the technology and precision craftsmanship that goes into the components of your vehicle's suspension system, it can still encounter problems. And one of the common problems that are most likely to be encountered by your Dodge's suspension system is a broken or worn out Dodge Suspension Bushing. A subcomponent of the automobile suspension system, the suspension bushing is responsible for connecting the suspension system components onto the body or vehicle frame. Bushings serve three purposes in your car. First, they prevent the suspension parts from wearing out too quickly. Second, they cushion or dampen some roughness or vibration that would otherwise be transmitted to the car interior and its occupants. And lastly, they allow a limited amount of motion. Suspension bushings are often made of rubber and advanced synthetic materials such as polyurethane. Worn out or broken suspension bushings are one of the common problems in the suspension system, but they are also one of the most misdiagnosed. Odd clunking sounds or soft cornering are common symptoms of a failing suspension bushing, but they are misdiagnosed to other bigger suspension components such as the shocks and springs. So whenever you notice such symptoms, better have your vehicle's suspension bushings immediately checked. Replacement Dodge Suspension bushings can be found in most auto parts dealers but if you only want the best then be sure to check out our site. We offer a large selection of different Dodge parts and accessories for all your replacement needs.