WA Series Drive Shaft Constant Velocity Joint
The Constant Velocity Joints (CV joints) are designed for continuous heavy-duty multi-purpose use and meet the requirements of large farms and contractors. It allows the tires to turn for steering and the suspension to go up and down.
WA Series Drive Shaft Constant Velocity Joint
The constant velocity joint is a component of the high-performance wide-angle PTO driveshaft, which is the most important driveshaft solution for the agricultural and turf and lawn industries. We manufacture constant velocity joint drive shafts as a complete assembly from tractor to implement. They are designed for continuous heavy-duty multi-purpose use and meet the requirements of large farms and contractors. Wide-angle yokes are made of steel to withstand harsh conditions and are designed for a precise fit. The constant velocity wide-angle yoke allows the rotating shaft to transmit power through variable angles at a constant speed of rotation without significantly increasing vibration or friction. The quality of the Drive Shaft Constant Velocity Joint we offer exceeds that of our competitors in many industries.
What is a Constant Velocity Joint?
A constant velocity joint is a component that allows a drive shaft to transmit power at a variable angle and speed without increasing friction. Most vehicles use constant-velocity joints, as they are ideal for front-wheel drive systems.
A constant velocity joint is to eliminate vibration. While this method can reduce vibrations, it only helps at one end of a shaft. This is especially important in newer models, which aim to give the driver a comfortable ride and an enjoyable driving experience. A constant velocity joint is designed to meet these goals and can function at greater angles for longer periods of time than conventional joints. But a constant velocity joint can only function properly if it's enclosed by a special boot.
The first constant velocity joint design was created by German engineer Hans Schaller in 1905. The result was a joint that provided a constant rate of rotation, which was important in preventing torque-related car crashes. During the 1950s, many of these joints were known as double cardan joints, Weiss joints, tripod joints, and Tracta joints. They're commonly found in front-wheel-drive vehicles. The advantage of a constant velocity joint is its small size and low-vibration design.
Constant Velocity Universal Joint Sizes
Performance Benefits of Constant Velocity Joints
The WA series constant velocity joints are manufactured by us through tried and tested technology and are optimized for all applications. Excellent power transmission, long service life, low maintenance and easy operation are the advantages of drive shaft constant velocity joints. Top-quality constant velocity universal joints have been maintained by WLY for decades. The WA series constant velocity joint is optimized in size for simple to heavy-duty drive tasks. It is characterized by its robust design and high reliability in everyday use.
- Fits Easy Lock protection system: offers full coverage at maximum angles, full 360° friction welding on the shield, black UV and ozone resistant, cold weather impact rated to -35°C, meets and exceeds all applicable safety standards, quick and easy removal and installation process.
- Yokes: Interchangeable with all other yokes and standard yokes on the market, cast iron collars, through holes to prevent debris from collecting inside.
- Cross and bearing kits: high torque capacity and longer life, made of high-quality steel for added strength.
Constant Velocity Joint Repair
Constant Velocity Joints are tiny parts of the transmission system found in front-wheel-drive vehicle models. They allow power to be transferred through different angles with little or no increase in friction. Typically covered with a rubber boot, the constant velocity joint requires periodic lubrication to ensure proper function. A fault in a CV joint can have devastating effects on your driving experience. To avoid such an unfortunate event, you should have it checked by a professional as soon as possible.
Regularly checking your boots around the CV joints can prevent a broken or worn CVJ. Replace them as soon as possible if you notice cracks, tears, or splits. Damaged boots can allow grease to leak and damage the constant velocity joint. If the boot is too old or has been stretched beyond repair, it should be replaced immediately. Otherwise, the grease will get contaminated and corrode the constant velocity joint. You should never drive a car with a damaged constant velocity joint.
Constant Velocity joints are the link between the wheels and the axles. They allow the wheels and axles to flex and move smoothly, even in turns. Constant velocity joints need lubrication to function properly and prevent debris from entering the joint. A damaged CV joint can lead to contamination and leakage of lubricant. They also need to be sealed to prevent leakage. Without regular maintenance, the CV joint can wear out or fail completely.
Constant-Velocity Joint Replacement
A constant-velocity joint (or CV joint) is an important part of a car's drive axle. It allows the tires to turn for steering and the suspension to go up and down. A constant-velocity joint, or CV joint, is often referred to as a CV axle. Most front-wheel-drive cars have this joint. Some rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive cars may also have them.
A constant-velocity joint is a tiny, but crucial component of a vehicle's drive train. Located on the axle shaft, it allows power to be transferred from the engine to the wheels. It ensures minimal friction and constant rotation speed through a variety of angles. The CV joint is typically covered by a rubber boot, which needs to be lubricated on a regular basis. A failing CV joint can affect your driving experience, so it's important to get it replaced as soon as possible.
As with any type of surgery, the price of a constant-velocity joint replacement depends on a few factors. Generally speaking, a single CV joint replacement will cost between $150 and $400. In addition to labor, the cost of the service depends on the make of the vehicle and the difficulty of the mechanic performing the procedure. The more time the CV joint replacement takes, the higher the overall cost of the service. If your vehicle has a high-end or vintage make, it's best to find a reputable mechanic who specializes in these repairs.
1. Stainless Steel: SS201, SS303, SS304, SS316, SS416, SS420
2. Steel:C45(K1045), C46(K1046),C20
3. Brass:C36000 ( C26800), C37700 ( HPb59), C38500( HPb58), C27200(CuZn37), C28000(CuZn40)
4. Bronze: C51000, C52100, C54400, etc
5. Iron: 1213, 12L14,1215
6. Aluminum: Al6061, Al6063
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Annealing, natural canonization, heat treatment, polishing, nickel plating, chrome plating, zinc plating,yellow passivization, gold passivization, satin, Black surface painted etc.
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ISO9001:2008 , ISO14001:2001,ISO/TS 16949:2009
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