Why do trucks use universal joints

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The transmission system transfers power from the engine to the wheels, allowing the vehicle to move. The drive shaft transmits the output torque of the gearbox to the rear axle through a 5-153X GU1000 PRECISION 369 universal joint, so that the rear axle can fully receive the torque output

The transmission system transfers power from the engine to the wheels, allowing the vehicle to move. The drive shaft transmits the output torque of the gearbox to the rear axle through a 5-153X GU1000 PRECISION 369 universal joint, so that the rear axle can fully receive the torque output by the gearbox, so as to achieve the purpose of normal operation.

This process requires a large number of accessories to work together to complete this central and complex task. Only by using high-quality accessories can we ensure perfect coordination with each other. For trucks, universal joints and drive shaft center bearings are the most traditional accessories. Once the connection with the transmission, reducer or drive shaft bearing is worn or damaged, power transmission failure will soon occur, and the vehicle will also have problems.

The hub bearing is used to guide the wheel and absorb the force generated during the rotation of the wheel, such as when turning. The design, production and assembly of transmission parts are very important, so special care must be taken. Fully test the provided wheel hub bearings to ensure that the radial and axial forces generated during acceleration can be completely and reliably absorbed. Determine whether there is a problem with the wheel hub by the noise during driving, the increased bearing clearance, or the hub temperature higher than usual. If the wheel hub is damaged and cannot be repaired immediately, frictional heat may be generated, which may cause wheel blockage or vehicle fire. In addition to providing wheel hub Maintenance-Free bearings, it also includes lock rings and nuts to prevent delays in maintenance due to missing parts or wasting time.

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