At Shaftec our full range of CV joints consists of over 1100 part numbers, which between them account for almost 99% of the European vehicle car parc.
coverage of European vehicles
What are they? CV or to give them their full name ‘constant velocity’ joints are an integral part of front-wheel-drive cars
Where are they? They are installed on both ends of the car’s driveshaft
What do they do? They allow the driveshaft to transmit power via a variable angle at a steady rotational speed.
For a faster, safer and more efficient replacement, all our CV joints are supplied with the CV boot, two steel clips, grease, hub nut and replacement circlip.
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