Isolator Front Suspension

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An Isolator Front Suspension has the car's K-Frame isolated from the body of the car by rubber isolators shaped like a doughnut. The purpose being to reduce vibration and noise, and give a smoother ride. This suspension system appeared on Chrysler Corporation cars in 1973.

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