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Driving efficiently on the road would largely depend on the functionality of your car components. You are able to keep your car wheels flat on the ground because of the suspension system components equipping your car. But a reliable suspension system would deliver smooth power to your car wheels as it moves up and down in varying road conditions. One of the most important components of your suspension system is the CV joint. This car component accommodates the up and down motions of the suspension by transferring the torque at a stable speed to your car wheels.
There are two types of CV joints: the tripod type and the ball type. Tripod types are commonly used on the inner side of the drive shaft, while the ball types are commonly used on the outer side of the drive shaft. This large bearing is composed of a ball cage, an inner ball hub, an outer ball hub, and six balls. These components form a strong unit when they are properly assembled. However, an incorrect assembly may cause it to self-destruct in just a few minutes. You must keep it safe from dirt and water, as these two elements are the main culprits for a CV joint failure.
Partial seizures and vibrations at certain speeds are an indication of a worn out CV joint. You will also hear some cracking or clicking noise when lifting the throttle or when applying power. Do not wait much longer. Replace it immediately with a new one. Purchase one at Canada Parts Online, and restore your car\'s efficient ride and handling in no time at all-and that is absolutely guaranteed!
DORMAN – UNIVERSAL CV JOINT GREASE
Dorman’s universal CV joint grease delivers the perfect solution with its premium quality and affordable price. Since 1918, Dorman Products has supplied the automotive aftermarket with high-quality replacement parts, hardware and fasteners.
MOOG OE REPLACEMENT U-JOINTS
Keep your driveshaft in optimum rotation and your ride smoothly running with the hardwearing, precision-engineered and fully greaseable design of MOOG’s OE replacement U-joints. Established in 1919, MOOG is a leading developer of steering and suspension parts for the automotive aftermarket.