In fact, most rubber parts on automobiles are closely related to the original intention of "cushioning and vibration isolation". For example, the invention of tyres - tyres were first used on bicycles. The earliest bicycles had no tires. At that time, the road conditions were very poor. They were either unpaved or flagstone roads on which bicycles ran. Cyclists are very uncomfortable, which also limits the speed of riding. It is said that in a folk bicycle race, a contestant saw a rubber hose for irrigation in his garden before the race and tied it to the bicycle wheel on a whim.
The rubber shock absorber is a main shock absorber, which is widely used in various fields. It can be said that the rubber shock absorber will be used in the areas requiring shock absorption and protection. This is because it makes reasonable use of many characteristics of vulcanized rubber, and uses many different types of parts according to different application standard design schemes.
Natural rubber and neoprene are usually used as rubber shock pads. Nitrile rubber is used for oil resistance, silicone rubber for high and low temperature resistance, and butyl rubber for high damping. It is usually made into brackets or connectors, and is widely used in various vehicles, ships, machinery, instruments, bridges and buildings to eliminate or mitigate the adverse consequences of vibration.
As a traditional professional commodity circulation industry, auto parts distribution industry has no threshold. Therefore, since the early 1980s, most auto parts distribution enterprises have raised their own funds. They have been able to invest as much as they can. They have survived in the slow primitive accumulation.