half-shaft

half-shaft

A roll molding on each side of an opening such as a window.
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CVJ--Constant velocity joint, also called a half-shaft
An underbody heat shield is too short to protect a nearby half-shaft grease boot.
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.
Of course, there are still more traditional requirements, such as handling the high torque requirements of drive train applications (e.g., 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.
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).