Volvo XC70 2006, Strut Mount by Lemfoerder®. Per axle: 2. 1 Piece. The elastic connection of premium rubber-to-metal components between the individual chassis components has a decisive impact upon this. Lemfoerder rubber bearings for the chassis ensure sound absorption, ideal steering behavior and driving stability, even in critical situations.
- Designed to provide long-lasting service life
- Made utilizing state-of-the-art equipment
- Engineered to offer the ultimate in strength and reliability
When you need to repair your suspension you can battle the traffic and stand in line at the auto parts chain store, only to be told that what you need is out of stock and has to be ordered. And if they have the parts can you be assured of the quality? Do you recognize the name on the box? And how do you know if you’re getting the best price?
You won’t have those concerns with Lemfoerder replacement suspension parts. They carry only top name products from well-known OE and aftermarket suppliers. In fact, many of Lemfoerder manufacturers are suppliers to the vehicle manufacturers, so the parts you get from us may be the same as the ones that came on your car or truck. They carry everything you need to restore your suspension to factory new condition, from ball joints, control arms and bushings, to springs, struts, and sway bars. And if you’re not satisfied with a stock ride or ride height, Lemfoerder can also supply you with everything needed to lower your sports car closer to the pavement or raise your 4x4 to the sky.
ZF Friedrichshafen AG acquired the tradition-steeped group of companies comprising Lemfoerder® Metallwaren AG and Lemfoerder Metallwaren J. Ulderup AG & Co, headquartered in the northern German town of Lemfoerder in 1984. The logo with the owl (as well as three tie rods originally) has hardly changed since the Lemfoerder Metallwaren-Gesellschaft mbH was founded in 1947 and is still a guarantee of quality. The idea to incorporate an owl arose from the name of the company’s founder, Ulderup – “Ule” is the Low German word for owl.