Category Archives: CV Axle

The Transfer Case

This is a vital component commonly found in all wheel drive and four wheel drive vehicles. It is connected to the rear and front axles and the vehicle’s transmission through a drive shaft. Two wheel drive vehicles do not require … Continue reading

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Rocky Mountain Driveline Profiled in Parts & People

Rocky Mountian Driveline is profiled in the pages of Parts & People. Owner, Scott Farley, discusses their growth and continued success in the CV axle and driveshaft industry. Get to know the Farleys and take a closer look inside Denver’s … Continue reading

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CV Joints: What Are They And How Do They Work?

Every car in America has only one engine, but four wheels. This creates a problem: how do you deliver power to both axles and all four wheels with only one source of power? The answer is through the use of … Continue reading

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Signs Your Driveshaft Is Failing

The driveshaft is an important element of your vehicle that rotates and delivers power to the engine and gears that turns the wheels of the automobile. In addition, it creates torque that makes the car go. It also stops the … Continue reading

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Transfer Cases and Their Function

The transfer case is used in both 4wheel and all wheel drive vehicles. It is attached to the rear of the transmission and receives power directly from the transmission. If the driver selects 4wheel drive mode, the transfer case (using … Continue reading

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Why Driveshaft & CV Axle Balance Matters

Safety and performance, of course! An unbalanced Driveshaft or CV Axle could fail causing catastrophic results. As your speed increases, so will your vibrations. This increase is exponential in force as your RPMs rise. Essentially, when your RPM is doubled, … Continue reading

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