Rear floor

The rear floor in a car refers to the rear floor or underbody of the vehicle. It includes components such as the rear axle, drivetrain, and other related parts located at the rear of the car. The rear floor plays an important role in supporting the car’s frame and serves as the area to mount essential components for the vehicle to function, such as the suspension system, engine, and gearbox.

Fender apron LH/RH

In a car, the Fender apron LH/RH refers to the front suspension system. It comprises parts such as the steering knuckle, control arm, and other related components between the wheels and the vehicle’s frame. The ‘càng đầu’ is responsible for maintaining wheel stability and controlling the vehicle’s direction of travel.

Reinf side outer LH/RH

In a car, the Reinf side outer LH/RH refers to the chassis reinforcement. It’s a component of the vehicle’s frame system that reinforces the stiffness and rigidity of the frame, enhancing stability and safety while the car is in motion.