It was used typically on much older vehicles (1920's and 30's) using a front straight axle with a single multi-leaf spring. The wishbone would hold the front axle in alignment while allowing the axle to move up and down for suspension
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the suspension is called this because the part atatched to the chasis is called your wishbone, wich holds in place your hub, wich in turn holds in your suspension there for it is called a wishbone suspension
Four way independent wishbone suspension.
The double wishbone suspension is used because it can manage high inputs and G-forces through three dimension more effectively and efficiently than any other suspension type.
A double wishbone suspension is an automobile independent suspension design using two parallel wishbone-shaped arms to locate the wheel. Each wishbone (or arm) has two mounting positions to the chassis and one at the wheel hub. The shock absorber and coil spring mount to the wishbones to control vertical movement.
It is front suspension.
They have double-wishbone suspension both front and rear.
if your talking suspension, then its part of the front end, double wishbone style suspension. google images of double wishbone suspension for visuals there is two control arms on each side, top and bottom of each wheel hub. they swing up and down together when you hit a bump. they hold the ball joints where the wheels pivot left to right
I'd need to know if you had a solid front axle or a double wishbone independent front suspension in order to answer this.
double wishbone probably the better system for the track but in tearms of road cars multi-link by far as it gives all the advantages of duble wishbone but is more comnpact andf can be modified more easily. the multi-link system keeps the camber and castor more solid than double wishbone, but under handling you want more surface area of the tyre in contact withmthe road as this means you will have more grip and as a result of this you can corner quicker. track - double wishbone road and track - multilink
usually racing car and sports car will use this form of suspension. All F1 cars have double wishbone both front and rear. Honda S2000, Mazda miata, Nissan 350z.... all those sports cars have double wishbone suspension on front at least. Mazda miata used to have it on both front and rear. but the latest generation switched to multilink suspention on rear for a little more comfort trading off handling. My understanding: if you want a car that feels sporty, you should get one with this type of suspention. BTW BMW3 has macpherson on front , and it still has very good handling.