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In automotive suspension, an automobile's control arm or wishbone (aka A-arm or A-frame) is a nearly flat and roughly triangular suspension member (or sub-frame), that pivots in two places. The base of the triangle attaches at the frame and pivots on a bushing. The narrow end attaches to the steering knuckle and pivots on a ball joint. The upper control arm can clearly be seen at the top portion of the suspension components, connecting to the steering knuckle near the side of the tire's wheel rim.