1. Product Introduction
The drive shaft can be classified according to its important part, the universal joint. If the universal joint has obvious elasticity in the direction of twisting, it can be divided into a rigid universal joint drive shaft and a flexible universal joint drive shaft.
1. Rigid joints: The power is transmitted by the hinged connection of the parts.
2. Strike universal joint: It transmits power by elastic parts and has buffer damping effect.
Rigid joints can be divided into non-equal joints (such as cross-shaft universal joints), quasi-constant joints (such as double joints, three-pin joints) and constant speed. Universal joints (such as ball cage joints, ball fork joints). The constant speed and the non-equal speed refer to whether the driven shaft has the same angular velocity of rotation when the main shaft rotates. Of course, the average rotational speeds of the driven shaft and the driven shaft are equal.
1. Constant velocity joints:
The angular velocity at which the angular velocity of the main and driven axes is equal when the angle between the two axes changes is called a constant velocity joint or an equal angular joint. They are mainly used in wheel transmissions such as steering axles, disconnected drive axles, etc., and are mainly used for power transmission in cars.
2. Not constant velocity joints:
The angular velocity at which the angular velocity of the main and driven axes is not equal when the angle between the two axes changes is called a non-equal velocity joint, which is also called a cross-axis universal joint. The cross-shaft rigid universal joint drive shaft is the most widely used in the automotive transmission system and has the longest history. When the car is driven by the rear wheel, the cross shaft type universal joint drive shaft is often used. For some high-end cars, the same speed ball head is also used. When the car is driven by the front wheel, the constant velocity joint is often used.
2. Product details and application
Q1. How to maintain it?
A: Always add grease to the universal joint cross bearing, in the summer should be injected with No. 3 lithium grease, and in winter with No. 2 lithium grease.
Q2. How long can i receive my goods?
A: If the parts you need are in our stock, the delivery time is 7-15 days.
If the part you need are not in our stock , the delivery time is 20 days.
Q3. Can i get a sample?
A: Yes, you can. If the sample you need is in our stock , you can get it after paying for it.
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