a rotating shaft that transmits power from the engine to the point of application.
The rearmost shaft of a driveline which powers the rear axle pinion. A solid or tubular steel shaft which is used to transfer torque from the transmission output shaft to the input pinion gear of the differential in the axle.
An assembly of one or two universal joints connected to a solid or tubular shaft member used to transmit power from the transmission to the differential; sometimes called the â€œpropeller shaft.
a device that connects the transfer case to the axles, transmitting torque from the engine to the driving wheels
Or propshaft, connects the transmission to the differential.
A steel tube that connects the transmission of a racecar to the rear end housing.
The rotating shaft that transfers power from the transmission to the differential on rear-wheel drive cars. Propeller shaft.
The shaft that transmits power from the transmission to the axle differential assembly on rear-wheel-drive vehicles.
Term usually used to describe the shaft (normally incorporating universal or constant velocity joints), that transmits drive from a differential to one wheel. More commonly found in front-wheel-drive cars.
The driveshaft transmits power from the transmission or transfer gearbox to the differential. A four-wheel drive vehicle has at least two driveshafts - one running to the front differential and one to the rear. Driveshafts are also known as propeller shafts or prop shafts.
A rotating shaft that transfers power from the transmission to the rear wheels.
The propeller shaft that transmits engine torque to the differential. It can also refer to the halfshafts on a FWD vehicle or the axle shaft on a RWD vehicle with IRS.(empty) FFR Abbreviation for flat face roller style tripod joint.
A spinning metal shaft that transmits power from the transmission to the differential, the axle, and the drive wheels.
a single rotating shaft that turns the wheel. Also called a halfshaft or axle shaft.
A driveshaft, driving shaft, or Cardan shaft is a mechanical device for transferring power from the engine or motor to the point where useful work is applied.