half-shaft

half-shaft

A roll molding on each side of an opening such as a window.
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An underbody heat shield is too short to protect a nearby half-shaft grease boot.
Here, the wheel assembly is defined as everything from the half-shaft to the tire contact patch on the road (wheel bearings, brake system, and tires).
However once again his involvement ended on stage two - this time because of a broken half-shaft.
With the F-150 SVT Raptor, we changed the axle, the whole front suspension is different -- new upper A arm, new lower A arm, new tie rod, new half-shaft joints," said Jamal Hameedi, Ford SVT chief engineer.
ring gears, flywheels, half-shaft differentials), where dowel pins and locating sleeves are traditionally used.
If a gearbox stripped or a half-shaft broke there was no way the brakes would hold.
Each of the thousands of output axle shafts machined by a major automotive supplier in Detroit has at least six mounting holes, permitting the half-shaft to be bolted securely to the flange.
Look in the back of the Autotrader or Exchange & Mart and you should be able to turn up a half-shaft for as little as a tenner.
COVENTRY BEES might now have been Elite League Speedway Champions but for politics over a staging date - and Andrew Smith might have been Stock Car World Champion but for a broken half-shaft when way ahead of the rest of the field.
But after setting a sensational fastest time on the opening Fleetwood stage the following morning to climb up to 15th, a half-shaft broke and forced them out.