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Marty,
Your core will go out tomorrow, UPS in your return box…..
I asked my mechanic, “is this axel any better than what is sold at Kragens or where ever, I had a quote of 100 for a rebuilt, and Kragens auto parts had a new one for about the same 100 bucks……
His response,, “I put the old axel and new one side by side because you took the time to order this from Florida when you could have bought one right down the street”; after inspecting them, he stated , the one from Florida is better than anything he has ever installed as a replacement CV joint here in California. He read your paper work that came with the CV joint and hands down, next time he needs one for his car he will be calling you….
For the record, I worked dealership body shops for 14 years; there are people who call themselves mechanics that I wouldn’t let pump up a bicycle tire, and there are those that call themselves mechanics but are nothing more than parts changers; they change parts on your car till they fix the problem; there are very few that can put their hand on the hood of your car and diagnosis the problem and give you a exact diagnosis and price…
Being in your line of work you know what I am talking about, Mark is one of those chosen few that can look at your car and tell you what it needs without opening the hood; those comments about your product coming from him; it is like coming from the Messiah as far as I am concerned…
This is the third axel I have ordered from you guys, none defective, none ever gone bad.
If anybody is on the fence after reading this about paying a few extra bucks and buying Raxles, call me..
You get what you pay for….
Marty, feel free to give out my phone number if you need a reference…..

Thanks
Pat ORiordan
Elk Grove,CA
Camry- Acura CL

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CV Axles Fundamentals

Constant velocity joints because of their unique ability to overcome some of the design limitations of conventional Cardan style U-joints, have become a common component on many of today's drivetrains. You'll find CV joints used on many rear-wheel drive (RWD) and four-wheel drive (4WD) vehicles as well as on all front-wheel drive (FWD) vehicles.

 Some type of flexible coupling is needed on all open driveshaft to accommodate the up and down motions of the suspension. What's more, some means of allowing the driveshaft to change length or to "telescope" in and out must also be provided because the distance between the ends of the shaft change as the operating angle of the shaft increases

 

 What causes a driveshaft to change length as it swings up and down? The geometry of the suspension. In a FWD vehicle, for example, the arc through which the front suspension travels is determined by the length of the lower control arm (Figure 1). Up and down motions of the suspension cause the front tires to scrub in and out slightly. Since the driveshaft (which we'll refer to as a haftshaft) is almost always a different length than the control arm, it wants to swing through a longer arc than that of the suspension. This would create an interference angle between the two that would tend to bind up the motions of the suspension. That's why the driveshaft must be able to telescope in and out (Figure 2) because doing so enables it to follow the same arc as the suspension.

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