axle housing split type


Dictionary of automotive terms. 2015.

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  • rear axle housing, split type — A rear axle housing made up of several pieces and bolted together. The housing must be split apart to remove the differential …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • axle housing split — See rear axle housing, split 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

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

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

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

  • split — See asymmetic power distribution axle housing split constant power split diagonally split system diagonal split braking system equal power split fifty fifty power split front axle/rear axle split front axle and rear axle split …   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

  • 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

  • automobile — automobilist /aw teuh meuh bee list, moh bi list/, n. /aw teuh meuh beel , aw teuh meuh beel , aw teuh moh beel, beuhl/, n. 1. a passenger vehicle designed for operation on ordinary roads and typically having four wheels and a gasoline or diesel… …   Universalium

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