Sidem presents its new calendar wallpaper for 2021. The image of this year’s calendar is showing the Dadès Gorges, a stunning hairpin road in Morocco. After all, as the European steering and suspension specialist we want cars to run smoothly and safely, even in the sharpest turns! Because that’s when premium parts prove their worth.
Sidem steering & suspension
Sidem is a leading European designer and manufacturer of steering and suspension parts for the car assembly and replacement market in the automotive sector.
What we’re proud of
“It’s about always finding the right steering and suspension part.” Mike Johnson, Nashville (US)
“Sidem steering & suspension parts are just the best.” Fabien Lenoir, Creil (FR)
“Sidem manufactures solid steering & suspension parts.” Carsten Schneider, Hamburg (DE)
Experts know why
From one expert to another. What’s good for your business is good for our business.Sidem in a nutshell
New: Sidem app
Sidem presents its new app containing its aftermarket catalogue. Thanks to this app, car mechanics can quickly find all the information they need about specific steering or suspension parts. The app can be downloaded from today for Android and iOS devices.
New steering & suspension catalogue
Sidem presents its new catalogue containing more than 8.000 references of steering and suspension parts.
Discover Sidem’s patented ball joint
The control arm installed in Dacia Logan has a press ball joint. If this ball joint has already been replaced a number of times, the material of the control arm will be stretched after pressing the ball joint in and out so many times. As a result, you cannot safely install and fixate the ball joint.
Sidem, the European manufacturer of steering and suspension parts, has been producing parts for the replacement market for both European and Asian car applications. The company has now also extended the range of parts for Asian car brands.
Replacing only the ball joint and welding it, for instance, is certainly not an option. This will melt the dust cover and plastic insert, causing the part to break completely.