1965-02-01

Constant Velocity Universal Ball Joints — Their Application in Wheel Drives 650010

With front wheel drive automobiles becoming increasingly popular in Europe, engineers in the United States are eying the advantages claimed by the European car builders. This paper describes and compares the two different constant velocity ball joints being manufactured in the U.S. It illustrates what is available in high angle steering joints, what is available in low angle telescoping joints, and illustrates how constant velocity ball joints function.

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