driveshaft

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a rotating shaft that transmits power from the engine to the point of application

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gifOverview of China automotive drive shaft industry, including definition, classification, etc.
When you install the feeder, make sure it's correctly installed on the receiver before you push up the lower straight drive shaft.
According to China Automotive Drive Shaft Market Report, 2014, Chinese automotive drive shaft market will keep an average growth rate of 8.
As you place the 1/4-in drive adapter on the radial drive shaft to keep it from turning, make sure that it does not hit the oil nozzle or rest against it.
The models are being recalled because of a faulty drive shaft cover plate that can lead to a detached drive shaft.
An unusual variation on a high-torque drive is actually a combination of four small motors, each angled onto the drive shaft in a more compact layout than the equivalent power supplied by a single large motor.
The fire apparently was started by a broken drive shaft that pierced the fuel tank, investigators said.
It consists of an electric motor driven shaft pair, comprised of two concentrically aligned, flexible connected shafts allowing the inner, measuring shaft to have a phase shift in respect to the outer, drive shaft.
to HonkerProblem # 12: Transfer box to HonkerProblem # 13: Drive shaft short to HonkerProblem # 14: Drive shaft long to Honker.
com/research/c9qgpw/global_automotive) has announced the addition of the "Global Automotive Drive Shaft Motor Industry Report 2015" report to their offering.
Bearings, radial and needle, receiver assembly, vertical drive shaft, repair by remove and install (AVIM)
Shanghai GKN Drive Shaft Co Ltd (SDS), a China-based company, is constructing a manufacturing base of drive shafts in the north-eastern Chinese city of Changchun.
screw extruders to develop a way to cool the scows internally through the drive shaft instead of the usual way through the front end of the screws.
Their acts of bravery included tackling a suspected armed carjacker, chasing two fleeing suspects until their drive shaft fell out of their car, and turning in a suspected drug dealer.