Product Description

The car CV JOINT universal joint drive shaft mainly checks the following points:
HDAG CV JOINT universal joint is generally composed of a CHINAMFG shell, a trident bearing or a steel ball, a dust cover, a beam ring, and grease.
1. The size of internal and external splines and threads, which affect the loading size of the CV JOINT,
2. Check the size of the oil seal of the outer CV JOINT. Generally, the oil seal of different types of CV JOINTS are different.
3. Check whether the circlip groove in the inner spline is correct. The width of the circlip groove affects the movement of the CV JOINTS on the half shaft after the CV JOINT is loaded;
4. Insert a shaft into the inner spline and swing the CV JOINT to see whether the rotation is flexible;
5. Material, heat treatment performance

How to judge that the left and right outer cv joints of driveshaft assy are broken:
The cv joint of the vehicle is prone to aging problems after several years of driving. When the cv joint ages, the vehicle will be accompanied by various problems, so how should we judge that the left and right outer cv joints are broken? Let me list 3 failures that will occur after the cv joint is damaged.
1. Judgment based on abnormal noise. If there are regular abnormal noises from the cv joint when the vehicle is running, it proves that there is no lubrication inside the cv joint , and the rubber parts of the cv joint are likely to be damaged;
2. There will be noise when turning the steering wheel. If you turn to the left and there is an abnormal sound from the left side of the wheel, it proves that the left cv joint is faulty, and vice versa;
3. Deviation in direction. Due to the failure of the cv joint , the power output on the left and right sides cannot be balanced, and the vehicle can easily deviate from the path when driving.

HDAG CV JOINT technical standard:
1 The runout of the out shape rear rod machining and the positioning diameter is ≤0.15mm
2 The appearance no allowed obvious bumps or scratches
3The product is not allowed to rust
4 threads to ensure that the go-gauge go-no-stop
5. Internal and external spline span, major diameter and minor diameter meet the requirements of technical drawings
6 Internal and external splines need to be used, and the spline ring plug gauge passes smoothly
7 The static torsional strength of the rod is ≥28 2 2 2- 211  2–10 2 2 211-10 -04   211\211\\\1 2 051//82-20-103/ -02   96243578/96220402/35711/49541-24 2 2-87 \ 211\ \ \ 1 2  2-20 2 051//              82-20-103/               2 \ 2  -20 2-20 2-05 217/2 2  21213 -2203012-1 32-1121J 211///357139 \ 211\ \ 1   93732503 2 2 /

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HDAG CV JOINTS universal joint Drive shafts pull push force and tensile testing, assemble Testing, full size tolerance testing: 
I. We only do OEM, produce high precisional Auto CV JOINT,Universal Joint,Car CV JOINT INNER OUTER, DRIVE SHAFT, DRIVESHAFT,CV AXLE, JOINT SHAFT ASSEMBLY,CV AXLE JOINT SHAFT, HALF SHAFT, WHEEL BEARING HUB, WHEEL HUB BEARING, WHEEL BEARING, different with other factories

II.Quality guarantee: We promise to all of our old and new customers: ONE year guarantee or 50,   SEMI EIXOL2   SEMI EIXO PAJERO 2.0 16V TR4 2   SEMI EIXO PAJERO 2.0 16V TR4 2002/2011 PAJERO IO 1.8 16V TR4 99/2001 MACHO/FEMEA AUTOM. C/ABS    SEMI EIXO VT9578           MR-276.869   PAJERO/L200 SPORT 2.5/2.8 2001/…   SEMI EIXO   KJH3114         3815A308 30X47X505 SEMI EIXO LD CHINAMFG PAJERO DAKAR 3.2 / 3.5 4X4 2571/
L200 TRITON C/ABS 08/   SEMI EIXO   KJH3115         3815A307 30X28X607 SEMI EIXO LE CHINAMFG PAJERO DAKAR 3.2 / 3.5 4X4 2571/
L200 TRITON C/ABS 08/   SEMI EIXO   KJH9545         CA260009   SEMI EIXO LE CHINAMFG PAJERO SPORT 2.8/3.0 1998/
L200 SPORT HPE C/ABS-03/07   SEMI EIXO   KJH9546         CA26571   SEMI EIXO LD CHINAMFG PAJERO SPORT 2.8/3.0 1998/
L200 SPORT HPE C/ABS-03/07   NISSAN       KJH3303 VT5477      NJH06-5191  C9211EL00B 25X23X49,10 NISSAN LIVINA 1.8 2571/       KJH3300     JHC29007   C92111HB0B 25X20X49,10 NISSAN MARCH  1.0 2011/   NI-1090   KJH3301 VT5228   JHC29004 NJH38-1011 C9211EL10A 25X22X49,10 NISSAN MARCH  1.6 2011/   NI-1052   KJH3304 VT5136     NJH41-T000 C9211ET571 29X24X56,25 NISSAN SENTRA 2.0 2007/       KJH3302 VT5380       C9211EL10D 25X22X49,10 NISSAN VERSA 1.6 2011/       KJH3306           29 X 25 FRONTIER   SEL 2.5 4X4 2008/…   NI-1043   KJH3307   AL-1082   NJH05-1082   28X27X50 NISSAN FRONTIER 2.8 2002 / 2007       KJH3309 VT5370       391003HC0B           KJH3310 VT5383      NJH49-5383  39100-3RZ0C           KJH3311 VT5545   JHC29003  NJH45-1011              KJH3314                 5710-D40B   KJH3316 VT5178   JHC29006 NJH31-1449 39100EB70C 29x36x67 NISSAN NP300 NAVARA (D40) 2.5 dCi    SEMI-EIXO    KJH3305         39100EB70C 29X27X648  SEMI-EIXO LD/LE FRONTIER SEL 2.5 4X4-08/    PEUGEOT   CT-808A     VT5026       9566722180.00  28X39X63 Citroen Jumper 10-14Q/PG BOXER 10-14Q   CT-812   KJH5715   AL-1166   NJH32444S 2621-1389 / 3272.APEH 21X22X50 PEUGEOT 206 1.0/1.4 2001/  JHS 206.005  CT-834A   KJH0111 VT5072 AL-1511 JHC55001     25X22X60 PEUGEOT 206 1.6 2005 /                                                   
PEUGEOT 307 1.6 2002 / 2012   CT-012A   KJH0508           25X34X55,60 PEUGEOT 306 1.8 1992 / 2001   CT-009             3273.75  25X31X55.6 PEUGEOT 405 94>   CT-830               25X34X58 306/307/405/406/PARTNER   CT-835               25X25X60 PEUGEOT 405/306/PARTNER   CT-904   KJH571           25X22X58.2 CITROEN C3 1.4 8V AUT 2571-       KJH0905           25X34X55.6 306 1.8 16V-92/01       KJH 0571           25X34X55.6 307 2.0 16V-02   CT-808   KJH1040           28X39X63 boxer 2.5/2.8L TDI ARO 15 -94/07   CT-015   KJH1041 VT5100/5571 AL1064 JHC5710     35X45X70 BOXER 2.5/2.8L TDI ARO 16″-94/07   RN-922   KJH571 VT5230       9800740480.00    PEUGEOT 208 1.6 2012 …          RN-921   KJH571 VT5231       9675749980.00    PEUGEOT 208 1.6 2012 …          CT-1571   KJH5710 VT5248 VKJA5341     3571.28/ 3272.EN 21X21X48 CITROEN C3 I (FC_, FN_) 1.1 i,1.4   CT-1003   KJH5714 VT5117         25X34X55.8 CITROEN PICASSO 1.6 16V   CT-1003A   KJH0113 VT5117       3272.Y3       RENAULT   RN-828 1991-909 KJH5716 VT5144 AL1038 JHC18104 NJH91909 1991909.00  21X21X46 RENAULT CLIO 1.6 8V/16V 2002 / 2012   RN-1005   KJH5717 VTO5120 AL-1130   NJH35-0017 3032PK 21X22X46 RENAULT CLIO 2000/                                         
RENAULT MEGANE 1998/2005   RN-801 3016 KJH5718 VT5121       ZBA45711 21X30X46 RENAULT CLIO 1.0 / 1.6 2000/   RN-864   KJH5719 VT5062         21X22X46 RENAULT CLIO 1.6 8/16V 2000/                                                                     RENAULT KANGOO 1.6 2000/  JHS 206.571  RN-1571   KJH571 VTO5036   JHC5717 3000PK 645-259 23X27X56.3 TRAFFIC 2.1/2.2-91/99   RN-803               22X30X48 RENAULT R12 CAJA 4TA   RN-805               25X27X56.4 RENAULT  TRAFIC   RN-814               21X25X46.3 RENAULT  R19/CLIO/EXPRESS   RN-810               23X30X56.3 RENAULT R18 1400/1600CC   RN-811               21X22X51.5 CLIO/KANGOO/MEGANE  

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After-sales Service: Three Years
Condition: New
Color: OEM Standard
Certification: CE, ISO, ISO/Ts16949
Type: Universal Joint
Application Brand: Nissan, Iveco, Toyota, Ford, Dacia Lada Mitsubishi FIAT Opel Peugeot Renault
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What Maintenance Practices Are Essential for Prolonging the Lifespan of Rear Drive Shafts?

Maintaining rear drive shafts is essential for ensuring their longevity and optimal performance. By following proper maintenance practices, you can prolong the lifespan of rear drive shafts and prevent premature failures. Here are the key maintenance practices that are essential for maximizing the lifespan of rear drive shafts:

1. Regular Inspection:

Performing regular inspections is crucial for identifying any early signs of wear, damage, or misalignment in the rear drive shaft. Inspect the drive shaft for any visible cracks, dents, or corrosion. Pay attention to the condition of the universal joints (u-joints) or constant velocity (CV) joints, as they are prone to wear. Look for excessive play or looseness in the joints, and check for leaks or torn boots that could allow dirt and moisture to enter. Regular inspections help catch potential issues before they escalate and cause significant damage to the drive shaft.

2. Lubrication:

Proper lubrication of the drive shaft’s u-joints or CV joints is critical for reducing friction, preventing wear, and maintaining smooth operation. Consult the manufacturer’s guidelines to determine the recommended lubricant and interval for greasing the joints. Use high-quality lubricants that are compatible with the specific joint type and follow the correct greasing procedure. Insufficient lubrication can lead to accelerated wear and premature failure of the drive shaft. Regularly inspect the joints’ condition during the greasing process to ensure they are adequately lubricated and in good working order.

3. Balancing and Alignment:

Keep the rear drive shaft properly balanced and aligned to prevent vibrations and excessive stress on the drivetrain components. If you notice vibrations, especially at higher speeds, have the drive shaft’s balance checked by a professional. Imbalances can occur due to the accumulation of dirt or debris, damaged balancing weights, or wear on the drive shaft. Similarly, if you experience driveline vibrations or notice uneven tire wear, it may indicate misalignment. Have the drive shaft alignment checked and adjusted as necessary. Proper balancing and alignment contribute to a smoother and more reliable operation, minimizing wear on the drive shaft.

4. Protection from Moisture and Contaminants:

Rear drive shafts are susceptible to moisture, dirt, and other contaminants that can lead to corrosion, accelerated wear, and joint failure. Avoid driving through deep water or muddy conditions that can submerge or coat the drive shaft with corrosive substances. If the drive shaft becomes wet or dirty, clean it promptly using a gentle stream of water and mild soap, and ensure it is thoroughly dried. Applying a protective coating or lubricant to exposed surfaces can help prevent corrosion. Additionally, inspect and replace damaged or torn joint boots to prevent dirt and moisture from entering and causing damage.

5. Proper Torque and Fastener Inspection:

Ensure that all fasteners, such as bolts and nuts, are tightened to the manufacturer’s specified torque values. Loose or improperly tightened fasteners can lead to vibrations, misalignment, and damage to the drive shaft. Regularly inspect the fasteners for any signs of loosening or damage and tighten them as necessary. During maintenance or repairs that involve removing the drive shaft, ensure that the fasteners are properly reinstalled and torqued to the recommended specifications. Following the correct torque values and fastener inspection practices helps maintain the integrity and safety of the rear drive shaft.

6. Professional Maintenance and Repairs:

While some maintenance tasks can be performed by vehicle owners, certain maintenance and repair procedures are best left to professionals with specialized knowledge and equipment. If you encounter significant issues, such as severe wear, damaged joints, or suspected balance or alignment problems, it is advisable to consult a qualified mechanic or drivetrain specialist. They can conduct thorough inspections, provide accurate diagnoses, and perform the necessary repairs or replacements to ensure the rear drive shaft’s longevity and proper functioning.

7. Follow Manufacturer Guidelines:

Always refer to the vehicle manufacturer’s guidelines and recommendations for maintenance practices specific to your vehicle’s rear drive shaft. Manufacturers provide valuable information regarding maintenance intervals, lubrication requirements, inspection procedures, and other important considerations. Adhering to these guidelines ensures that you follow the best practices and requirements specified for your particular drive shaft model, contributing to its prolonged lifespan.

In summary, regular inspection, proper lubrication, balancing and alignment, protection from moisture and contaminants, proper torque and fastener inspection, professional maintenance and repairs when necessary, and following manufacturer guidelines are essential maintenance practices for prolonging the lifespan of rear drive shafts. By implementing these practices, you can enhance the reliability, durability, and performanceof the rear drive shaft, ultimately extending its lifespan and reducing the risk of unexpected failures or costly repairs.

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What Safety Precautions Should Be Followed When Working with Rear Drive Shafts?

Working with rear drive shafts requires adherence to specific safety precautions to minimize the risk of accidents, injuries, and damage to the vehicle or surrounding components. Here are detailed safety precautions that should be followed when working with rear drive shafts:

1. Wear Protective Gear:

Always wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) when working with rear drive shafts. This includes safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes from debris, gloves to safeguard your hands from sharp edges or moving parts, and sturdy footwear to provide foot protection in case of accidents or dropped tools.

2. Ensure Vehicle Stability:

Prioritize vehicle stability when working with rear drive shafts. Park the vehicle on a level surface and engage the parking brake. If necessary, use wheel chocks to prevent the vehicle from rolling. Additionally, if you are raising the vehicle using a jack or lift, ensure that it is securely supported with jack stands or appropriate lift points to prevent accidental movement or collapse.

3. Disconnect the Battery:

Before beginning any work on the rear drive shaft, disconnect the vehicle’s battery. This precaution helps prevent accidental engagement of the starter motor or other electrical components, reducing the risk of injury or damage during the maintenance or replacement process.

4. Release Tension on the Drivetrain:

Release tension on the drivetrain components before removing the rear drive shaft. If applicable, release tension on the parking brake, shift the transmission into neutral, and engage the wheel chocks. This step helps prevent unexpected movement of the vehicle or drivetrain components while working on the drive shaft.

5. Secure the Drive Shaft:

Prior to removing the rear drive shaft, ensure it is securely supported and immobilized. Use a drive shaft support fixture or a transmission jack to hold the drive shaft in place. This prevents the drive shaft from falling or causing injury when it is disconnected from the transmission or differential.

6. Mark Alignment Points:

Before disconnecting the rear drive shaft, mark alignment points on the drive shaft and the surrounding components. This will help ensure proper reinstallation and alignment during assembly. Marking the orientation of the drive shaft also aids in identifying any imbalance or misalignment issues that may arise during reinstallation.

7. Use Proper Tools and Techniques:

Always use the appropriate tools and techniques when working with rear drive shafts. Use socket wrenches, torque wrenches, and other specialized tools designed for drive shaft removal and installation. Avoid using improper tools or excessive force, as this can lead to damage or personal injury. Follow manufacturer guidelines and service manuals for specific procedures and torque specifications.

8. Handle with Care:

Handle the rear drive shaft with care to avoid unnecessary damage or injury. Avoid dropping or striking the drive shaft against hard surfaces, as this can cause dents, bends, or other structural damage. Additionally, be cautious of sharp edges or splines on the drive shaft that can cause cuts or abrasions. Always handle the drive shaft by gripping secure areas and wearing appropriate gloves for added protection.

9. Inspect for Damage and Wear:

Before reinstalling or replacing the rear drive shaft, thoroughly inspect it for any signs of damage or wear. Check for cracks, dents, corrosion, or loose components. Also, inspect the U-joints or CV joints for excessive play, rust, or damaged seals. If any issues are detected, it is advisable to replace the damaged parts or the entire drive shaft to ensure safe and reliable operation.

10. Follow Proper Reinstallation Procedures:

When reinstalling the rear drive shaft, follow proper procedures to ensure correct alignment and engagement with the transmission output shaft and differential input flange. Use the alignment marks made during disassembly as a guide. Tighten all fasteners to the recommended torque specifications, and ensure that all retaining clips or bolts are properly secured.

11. Test for Proper Functioning:

After completing the rear drive shaft work, conduct a thorough test to ensure proper functioning. Check for any abnormal vibrations, noises, or leaks during vehicle operation. If any issues are observed, reinspect the drive shaft installation and address the problem promptly.

12. Consult Professional Assistance if Needed:

If you are uncertain about any aspect of working with rear drive shafts or encounter difficulties during the process, it is advisable to seek professional assistance from a qualified technician or automotive service center. Theycan provide the necessary expertise and ensure the work is carried out safely and correctly.

By following these safety precautions when working with rear drive shafts, you can help protect yourself, prevent damage to the vehicle, and maintain a safe working environment. Remember to always prioritize safety and exercise caution throughout the entire process.

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How Do Rear Drive Shafts Handle Variations in Torque, Speed, and Alignment?

Rear drive shafts are designed to handle variations in torque, speed, and alignment within a vehicle’s drivetrain. They play a crucial role in transmitting power from the engine or transmission to the rear wheels while accommodating the dynamic forces and movements encountered during operation. Here’s a detailed explanation of how rear drive shafts handle variations in torque, speed, and alignment:

Variations in Torque:

Rear drive shafts are engineered to withstand and transmit varying levels of torque generated by the engine. Torque variations occur during acceleration, deceleration, and changes in load. To handle these variations, rear drive shafts are typically constructed with high-strength materials such as steel or aluminum to provide the necessary strength and rigidity. The diameter, wall thickness, and design of the drive shaft are carefully calculated to ensure torque capacity and reliability. Additionally, universal joints (u-joints) or constant velocity (CV) joints are incorporated into the drive shaft assembly to allow for rotational movement and accommodate changes in angles and torque loads.

Variations in Speed:

Rear drive shafts are designed to adapt to variations in rotational speed between the engine or transmission and the rear wheels. As the vehicle accelerates or decelerates, the rotational speed of the drive shaft changes. To handle these variations, the length and design of the rear drive shaft are carefully calculated to minimize vibrations and maintain smooth power delivery. The drive shaft may incorporate features such as balancing weights or dampers to reduce or eliminate vibrations caused by speed fluctuations. Additionally, the use of u-joints or CV joints allows for angular movement and accommodates speed differentials between the two ends of the drive shaft.

Variations in Alignment:

Rear drive shafts must also accommodate variations in alignment caused by suspension movement, chassis flex, and drivetrain articulation. As the suspension compresses or extends, the drivetrain components can shift in relation to each other, causing changes in the alignment of the rear drive shaft. To handle these variations, rear drive shafts incorporate flexible components such as u-joints or CV joints. These joints allow for angular movement and articulation, accommodating changes in the relative positions of the transmission, differential, and rear wheels. The use of flexible couplings or slip yokes at each end of the drive shaft also helps to compensate for alignment changes and prevent binding or excessive stress on the drive shaft components.

Vibration and Harmonic Damping:

Vibrations and harmonic forces can be generated within the drivetrain, especially at higher speeds. Rear drive shafts are designed to mitigate these vibrations and dampen harmonic forces to ensure a smooth and balanced ride. Various techniques are employed to achieve this, including the use of properly balanced drive shafts, vibration-absorbing materials, and damping devices such as rubber or elastomer dampers. These measures help reduce the transmission of vibrations and harmonics throughout the drivetrain, enhancing the overall comfort, stability, and longevity of the rear drive shaft.

In summary, rear drive shafts are engineered to handle variations in torque, speed, and alignment within a vehicle’s drivetrain. They are constructed with high-strength materials, incorporate flexible joints, and employ techniques to dampen vibrations and harmonics. By accommodating these variations, rear drive shafts ensure efficient power transmission, smooth operation, and reliable performance in various driving conditions.

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