Torque Rod bush
Torque rod bushings are attached to both ends of torque rods to lessen the vibration and shock transmitted from the road surface to the chassis. The torque rods and bushings also fix the rear axle in place as well as transmit the driving torque, so they must be able to withstand inputs from a variety of directions.
The torque rod bushing consists of an iron outer sleeve and inner sleeve connected by a rubber piece, in which a pin is placed. Torque rod bushings come in the two types below, straight pin, ball pin joint.