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Inner CV joints connect the drive shafts to the transmission, while the outer CV joints connect the drive shafts to the wheels. Many rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive cars as well as trucks also have CV joints.
Mainly your CV joints connect the axles to the front wheels. All front-wheel drive cars have Constant Velocity joints or CV joints on both ends of the drive shafts (half shafts). Inner CV joints connect the driving shafts to the transmission while the outer CV joints connect the drive shafts to the car’s wheels.
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Aftermarket CV axle built to the same specifications / capabilities as the OEM axle. Standard grade inner/ outer CV joints assembled and booted with neoprene rubber boots.
Outer joint brief introduction: The materials of the bearing of our outer joint is made of #55 superb steel , forged by our own factory with high-temp hot-forge, together with several precise manufacture and strict inspection process.
A CV axle has two CV joints (an inner joint and an outer joint). These joints allow the axle to transfer the engine's power to the drive wheels at a constant speed while accommodating for the different travel conditions, including the up and down motion of the suspension and cornering.
One of the most common and noticeable symptoms of a bad or failing CV axle shaft assembly is an audible clicking noise when turning or accelerating. When CV axles become excessively worn, the constant velocity joints will become loose and click when turning or accelerating.
CV joint repair, or full axle replacement, can help remove this. Most cars should last a significant amount of time without any real issues with the axle shaft or the CV joint. The most common issue is with the outer CV joint, which is the cause of the clicking noise when making turns.
The CV Boot is a ribbed, rubber flexible boot that keeps water and dirt out of the joint and the special grease inside the joint. Pictured here is a view of a front, outer CV boot that has torn open. The greasy mass inside is the actual joint itself. If the car is driven in this condition, the exposed grease is quickly slung out by centrifugal force as the axle rotates, and the joint subsequently becomes contaminated with sand, dirt, rocks, and water, rapidly wearing the joint components.