axle connection


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  • rigid axle connection — fixed drive …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • axle — An axle is a shaft on which the wheels revolve. A full floating axle is used to drive the rear wheels. It does not hold them on nor support them. A semi floating or one quarter floating axle is used to drive the wheels, hold them on, and support… …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • connection — the joining of two or more parts which generally conduct electricity. Also see axle connection earth connection ground connection rigid axle connection negative connections positive connections …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • Axle — For other uses, see Axle (disambiguation). Not to be confused with Axl (disambiguation) or Axel (disambiguation). Train wheels are affixed to a straight axle, such that both wheels rotate in unison. This is called a wheelset. An axle is a… …   Wikipedia

  • Crescent City Connection — Other name(s) CCC, Greater New Orleans Bridge Carries 8 lanes of BUS US 90 / I 910 2 reversible HOV lanes …   Wikipedia

  • North–South connection (Brussels) — Brussels North–South connection Map of the railway (shown in bold black) in relation to the other Brussels railway and metro lines Overview Status Operational …   Wikipedia

  • North-South connection — The North South connection is a railway link through the centre of Brussels, Belgium, that connects the major national and international railway stations in the city. It is line 0 (zero) of the Belgian rail network. With 1200 trains a day it s… …   Wikipedia

  • wheel disc — A part of the wheel that connects the rim to the hub; its design is governed by specific rim type, axle connection, brake contour, brake cooling, hub cap fixing, load capacity, and attractive styling. Also see four wheel disc brakes …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • Co-Co locomotives — NZR DFT class Co Co diesel electric locomotive 7295 at Dunedin, New Zealand. Co Co is a code for a locomotive wheel arrangement with two six wheeled bogies with all axles powered, with a separate motor per axle. Co+Co …   Wikipedia

  • Co+Co — is a code for a locomotive wheel arrangement with two six wheeled bogies with an articulated connection between them and with all axles powered, with a separate motor per axle. Co Co is the code for a similar wheel arrangement but without the… …   Wikipedia

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