axle housing banjo type


Dictionary of automotive terms. 2015.

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  • rear axle housing, banjo type — A rear axle housing from which the differential unit may be removed while the housing remains in place on the vehicle. The housing is solid from side to side …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • axle housing banjo — See rear axle housing, banjo type …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • axle housing — An American term indicating a tubular housing which encloses the differential and half shafts along with their bearings. The British term is axle casing. Also see rear axle housing, banjo type rear axle housing rear axle housing, split type …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • housing banjo — See axle housing banjo rear axle housing, banjo type …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • rear axle housing — See banjo type split type …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • housing — [1] The outer sleeve through which a brake or gear cable is pulled. The housing transmits an equal push to counter the pull on the inner cable. Traditional housing consists of a tight spiral of steel wire, usually coated with plastic. Newer… …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • banjo — [1] Besides being a musical instrument, this is a fitting which is shaped like a banjo. It has round end that is doughnut shaped with a tube coming out from one side. It is usually used to transfer fluid from the center hole of the round end and… …   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

  • North American railroad signals — Main article: North American railway signaling Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Color Position Light bracket masts at Magnolia, West Virginia North American railroad signals generally fall into the category of multi headed electrically lit units… …   Wikipedia

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