CV Drive Shafts - CV Joint - CV Shaft
CV Drive Shafts - Drivetrain Systems
Machter brings to you a range of CV drive shafts that will ensure your vehicle is ready for that next long drive. A CV (Constant Velocity) drive shaft is used in the front-engine rear-wheel drive and belongs to the components of suspension system and holds the transmission suspension together and is the essential part in your drivetrain system.
The CV drive shaft, also called a propeller shaft, is commonly a hollow steel tube. The tubular design makes the CV shaft strong and light. Most standard vehicles use a single, one-piece driveshaft. Many large vehicles and trucks have a two-piece driveshaft. This cuts the length of each shaft to avoid driveline vibration.
What causes CV Joint failure?
Perhaps the most common answer for any auto part failure is the fact that it gets worn out. Worn or broken drive shafts can cause vibration, meaning it may be time to get a replacement.
The lack of grease in the drive shaft can also cause it to fail, rubbing metal together and making it sometimes unsafe to drive your vehicle.
Why shop at Machter?
- Automotive part specialist
- Manufacturer and importer
- Wide range of aftermarket car parts
- Distributed worldwide
- Specialist expertise and support
We extensively research and develop our range of aftermarket CV drive shafts so we can provide unique solutions and scale products to your requirements. With a vast range of aftermarket parts for cars, 4WDs, utes, SUVs and crossovers we strive to offer the best value for money without sacrificing service for all domestic vehicles as well as Japanese, Korean and European imports.
We understand that quality is just as important as price when it comes to replacing parts for your vehicle. That’s why at Machter, we’ve made purchasing all the essential car parts affordable. Shop our wide range of CV joints driveshaft and suspension parts online here.
Have you got any questions? Get in touch with our friendly Machter team on (02) 7801 4933 or firstname.lastname@example.org