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How to Lubricate Your Car's U-Joints

The engine produces power to get your vehicle moving.

How to Replace a Driveshaft Center Support Bearing

The driveshaft of a rear wheel or four-wheel drive vehicle is carefully assembled, precision balanced component that supplies power from the transmission to the rear center gears and then to each rear tire and wheel.

How to Lubricate a Drive Shaft

CV joints by design do not need regular servicing unless a CV boot has become ripped.

How To Measure Driveshaft Length

The driveshaft of a vehicle transfers the torque or power from the vehicle's transmission to the wheel axles.

How to Replace a Worn-Out U-Joint

Your rear-wheel drive vehicle uses a rotating driveshaft to transfer torque (rotational force) from the transmission to the rear axle.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Driveshaft

A driveshaft is the cylindrical shaft that transmits the torque from the engine to the wheels.

How Long Does a Driveshaft Last?

When it comes to important components in your vehicle, the driveshaft holds a lot of importance.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Universal Joint (U-Joint)

Universal joints (“u-joints” for short) are components of the driveshaft assembly fitted to most rear-wheel drive trucks, four-wheel drive trucks and SUVs, or off-road vehicles.

How to Buy a Good Quality Driveshaft

The driveshaft is the part of your car that takes the engine’s power and sends it to your wheels in order to propel the vehicle.

What is Rear-Wheel Drive?

For the better part of the twentieth century, nearly every vehicle on the road had the engine sending power to the rear wheels.