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  • Drive shaft - Wikipedia

    A drive shaft, driveshaft, driving shaft, propeller shaft (prop shaft), or Cardan shaft is a mechanical component for transmitting torque and rotation, usually used ...

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    Drive Shaft was the rock band that Charlie Pace and his older brother Liam Pace founded. They...

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  • Drive Shaft - Advance Auto Parts

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  • What Is a Drive Shaft? | It Still Runs

    A drive shaft is an elongated round shaft, usually made of steel, that runs from the engine to gears that turn the wheels of a vehicle. The pistons of an engine ...

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  • Shaft-driven bicycle - Wikipedia

    A shaft-driven bicycle is a bicycle that uses a drive shaft instead of a chain to transmit power from the pedals to the wheel. Shaft drives were introduced over a ...

  • Automotive Driveshaft Replacement Parts for Sale at Low Cost

    A driveshaft is responsible for transferring power from the transmission to the axles of the drive wheels. If it is damaged, a lot of power is wasted and lost.

  • engine - What is the purpose of a drive-shaft? - Motor ...

    what is a drive-shaft and why we need it in a car? I do get the point of having crankshaft (using Wikipedia) but still confuse with drive-shaft

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