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The drive shaft is designed to transmit torque from the engine to the differential. This drives the wheels in a car and gives it the ability to move forward and backward. Different types of drive shafts are used to power cars, trucks and motorcycles. Shafts work in conjunction with other parts, including the transmission and axles. In order to allow for variations in alignment, drive shafts feature universal joints. Custom built drives shafts are also made for racing vehicles. This gives these vehicles additional power and ability to reach very high speeds. Anytime a drive shaft become damaged or needs to be replaced, a mechanic will need to troubleshoot the issue and make the necessary repairs.

  • Front Axle - The front axle is the crossbeam that supports the weight of a car or truck.
  • Rear Axle - In a vehicle, the rear axle connects the rear wheels to the front wheel drive.
  • Constant Velocity - CV is the category of drive shaft that transfers the torque from one direction to another. CV allows a drive shaft to transmit power through a variable angle.
  • Universal Joint - A universal joint allows the rod to shift or bend in any direction. This joint is commonly used in a shaft and allows for a rotated motion.
  • Torque - Torque is a term used to describe the twisting force applied to an object.
  • Drivetrain - The drivetrain features all the moving components in a car. These parts include the drive shaft and transmission. Also referred to as the powertrain, this is group of components that generate power.
  • Gear - The gear is the part that helps transmit power to the car as it reaches higher speeds.
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    South Shore Bearing
    111 Copeland St, Quincy, MA 02169
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    (617) 471-7800
     
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    Gilbert Driveline Service and Supply
    340 Massabesic St, Manchester, NH 03103
    (603) 623-3061
    Goffstown Auto Parts
    696 Valley St, Manchester, NH 03103
    (603) 624-4056
    Jons Shafts and Stuff
    347 Massabesic St, Manchester, NH 03103
    (603) 627-4880
    Freddies Transmission Service
    156 Lowell Rd Ste 5, Hudson, NH 03051
    (603) 882-1444
    Machine Service Inc
    13 Bristol Ln, Dover, NH 03820
    (603) 740-0161
    Montrose Machine Inc
    87 New Salem St, Wakefield, MA 01880
    (781) 246-1082
    Keene Driveline
    11 Burdett St, Keene, NH 03431
    (603) 355-4450
    Austin Machine & Fabrication
    260 Grammar Rd, Sanford, ME 04073
    (207) 490-1500
    Mitchell Brake & Drive Shaft Service
    165 Worcester St, North Grafton, MA 01536
    (508) 839-2820
    McFarland Spring Corp
    280 Warren Ave, Portland, ME 04103
    (207) 797-6271
    Rhode Island Driveshaft & Supply
    3 Jefferson Blvd, Warwick, RI 02888
    (401) 941-0210
    Capeway Bearing and Machine
    100 Camelot Dr, Plymouth, MA 02360
    (508) 747-2800
    Coventry Auto & Truck Electric
    931 Main St, Coventry, RI 02816
    (800) 439-2953
    Harding Machine Shop
    1142 Main St, Acushnet, MA 02743
    (508) 763-2676


    A drive shaft is needed for a motorcycle. Trucks also need drive shafts. All vehicles in the water or on the road need drive shafts. Find front engine drive shafts and marine propeller shafts from distributors. Before drive shafts became popular, chain or belt drives were used in transport vehicles. When you need replacement parts for such as pistons and axles, contact a drive shaft manufacturer. Compare prices for torque tubes. When you have researched reasonable prices for devices, then contact the drive shaft suppliers to ask for the best deal they can offer. When you receive the parts, install them yourself or hire a trained mechanic.
     
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