driving axle

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Synonyms for driving axle

the axle of a self-propelled vehicle that provides the driving power

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Figs 5 and 6 show that when both driving axles of the trailer were activated, their wheels were slipping, and the wheels of tractor's rear driving axle were sliding.
From Figs 7 and 8, we can see that while the rear driving axle of the tractor and the front driving axle of the trailer were activated, their wheels were slipping differently.
In order not to have circulation of power between the driving axles it is necessary that the theoretical speeds of wheels of the two driving axles, in rectilinear motion, be equal:
Traffic of vehicles with two and more driving axles is not restricted.
This feature distributes the engine power equally between the driving axles, reducing the risk of wheel slip.
The front module consists of a cab, diesel engine and tandem driving axles.
5 inches, the Conti Hybrid LS3 for steering axles and the Conti Hybrid LD3 for driving axles are suitable for light trucks up to a total weight of 12 metric tons.
The joint hinges the front module which consists of a cab, diesel engine, and tandem driving axles to the rear module with tandem driving axles.
Every one of them has at least two drive axles, and some of the tractor units have three driving axles for extremely good traction.
The order features tractors as well as rigids with two drive axles and certain vehicles with three driving axles.