China OEM Small Stud Axle 0.5-8tons Unbraked Agricalture Axle bad cv axle

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Drawing can be offered before production.
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 Axle Type  Capacity  Brake  Bearing  Axle Beam  Track L1  Distance of Spring L2  Distance of Brake Chamber L3 Wheel Fixing  Total Length L4  Weight
                 Stud  P.C.D  φA Pilot Hole Diameter    
  t     mm mm mm mm   mm mm mm kg
UTS08U11T1 8 S420×150 518445/10 ○140 1939 671 1259 10-M22×1.5 ISO 335 281 ≈2237 ≈385
UTS10U11 10 S420×150 518445/10 ○140 2335 1695 511 10-M22×1.5 ISO 335 281 ≈2733 ≈400
UTD11Y10 11 S311×190 518445/10 ○127 1850 1000 450 10-M22×1.5 ISO 225 176 2154 292
UTD11Y10T1 11 S311×190 518445/10 ○127 1950 1110 550 10-M22×1.5 ISO 225 176 2254 296


modelo Capacidad tamaño de freno cojinete tubo de eje de la pista L1 centro Distancia de Primavera  L2 centro distancia de la cámara de freno  L3 Fijación de la rueda longitud totalL4 peso Rueda aparada
  Stud P.C.D φDiámetro del agujero redondo
  t     mm mm mm mm   mm mm mm kg  
UTS6W11G 6.5 S420×120 33116 ○120 2040 1300 415 10-M22×1.5 ISO 335 281 ≈2360 ≈290 22.5×11.75, ET=0
UTS10W11G 10 S420×180 33118 ○120 2040 1200 415 10-M22×1.5 ISO 335 281 ≈2382 ≈371 22.5×11.75, ET=0
UTS10K11G 10 S420×180 33118 ○127 2050 1200 655 10-M22×1.5 ISO 335 281 ≈2392 ≈363 22.5×11.75, ET=0
UTS12F11G 12 S420×180 33118 ○150 2050 1214 655 10-M22×1.5 ISO 335 176 ≈2392 ≈383 22.5×11.75, ET=0
UTD12F11G 12 S420×180 33118 ○150 1840 980 421 10-M22×1.5 ISO 335 176 ≈2158 ≈373 7.50V-20
UTD12F11GT 12 S420×200 33118 ○150 1840 980 350 10-M22×1.5 ISO 335 281 ≈2158 ≈397 7.50V-20
UTD12F68G 12 S420×180 33118 ○150 1847 980 392 6-M22×2 ISO Space 130-24 ≈2150 ≈420 8.5-24
UTD12F68GT 12 S420×200 33118 ○150 1847 980 375 6-M22×2 ISO Space 130-24 ≈2150 ≈433 8.5-24
UTD14F11G 14 S420×200 33119 ○150 1840 900 427 10-M22×1.5 ISO 335 281 ≈2188 ≈417 8.00V-20
UTD14F68G 14 S420×200 33119 ○150 1846 900 245 6-M22×2 ISO Space 147-24 ≈2188 ≈483 Trilex wheel 8.5-24
UTD16F11G 16 S420×200 32222 ○150 1840 900 243 10-M22×1.5 ISO 335 281 ≈2248 ≈459 8.50V-20
UTD16F16GT 16 S420×220 32222 ○150 2120 1150 640 10-M22×2 ISO 335 281 ≈2514 ≈481 8.50V-20
UTD16F68G 16 S420×200 32222 ○150 1840 900 243 6-M22×2 ISO Space 147-24 ≈2248 ≈538 l 8.5-24
UTD18F11G 18 S420×220 32222 ○150 1840 900 262 10-M22×1.5 ISO 335 281 ≈2244 ≈469 8.50V-20
UTD18F16GT 18 S420×220 32222 ○150 2120 1150 640 10-M24×2 ISO 335 281 ≈2510 ≈489 8.50V-20
UTD18F68GT 18 S420×200 32222 ○150 2150 1210 553 6-M22×2 ISO Space 147-24 ≈2558 ≈573 8.5-24


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After-sales Service: 1 Year
Condition: New
Axle Number: 1
Application: Trailer
Certification: ISO
Material: Iron
US$ 300/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

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What is the role of axles in electric vehicles, and how do they differ from traditional axles?

Electric vehicles (EVs) have unique requirements when it comes to their drivetrain systems, including the axles. The role of axles in EVs is similar to traditional vehicles, but there are some key differences. Here’s a detailed explanation of the role of axles in electric vehicles and how they differ from traditional axles:

Role of Axles in Electric Vehicles:

The primary role of axles in electric vehicles is to transmit torque from the electric motor(s) to the wheels, enabling vehicle propulsion. The axles connect the motor(s) to the wheels and provide support for the weight of the vehicle. Axles are responsible for transferring the rotational force generated by the electric motor(s) to the wheels, allowing the vehicle to move forward or backward.

In electric vehicles, the axles are an integral part of the drivetrain system, which typically includes an electric motor(s), power electronics, and a battery pack. The axles play a crucial role in ensuring efficient power transfer and delivering the desired performance and handling characteristics of the vehicle.

Differences from Traditional Axles:

While the fundamental role of axles in electric vehicles is the same as in traditional vehicles, there are some notable differences due to the unique characteristics of electric propulsion systems:

1. Integration with Electric Motors: In electric vehicles, the axles are often integrated with the electric motors. This means that the motor(s) and axle assembly are combined into a single unit, commonly referred to as an “electric axle” or “e-axle.” This integration helps reduce the overall size and weight of the drivetrain system and simplifies installation in the vehicle.

2. High Torque Requirements: Electric motors generate high amounts of torque from the moment they start, providing instant acceleration. As a result, axles in electric vehicles need to handle higher torque loads compared to traditional axles. They are designed to withstand the torque output of the electric motor(s) and efficiently transmit it to the wheels.

3. Regenerative Braking: Electric vehicles often utilize regenerative braking, which converts the vehicle’s kinetic energy into electrical energy and stores it in the battery. The axles in electric vehicles may incorporate systems or components that enable regenerative braking, such as sensors, controllers, and electric brake actuators.

4. Space Optimization: Electric vehicles often have different packaging requirements compared to traditional internal combustion engine vehicles. The axles in electric vehicles are designed to accommodate the space constraints and specific layout of the vehicle, considering the placement of the battery pack, electric motor(s), and other components.

5. Weight Considerations: Electric vehicles strive to optimize weight distribution to enhance efficiency and handling. Axles in electric vehicles may be designed with lightweight materials or innovative construction techniques to minimize weight while maintaining structural integrity and durability.

It’s important to note that the specific design and characteristics of axles in electric vehicles can vary depending on the vehicle manufacturer, drivetrain configuration (e.g., front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive, all-wheel drive), and other factors. Automotive manufacturers and suppliers continually innovate and develop new axle technologies to meet the evolving demands of electric vehicle propulsion systems.


What are the symptoms of a failing CV joint, and how does it relate to the axle?

A CV (constant velocity) joint is an essential component of the axle assembly in many vehicles. When a CV joint starts to fail, it can exhibit several symptoms that indicate potential problems. Here’s a detailed explanation of the symptoms of a failing CV joint and its relationship to the axle:

Symptoms of a Failing CV Joint:

1. Clicking or popping sounds: One of the most common signs of a failing CV joint is a clicking or popping sound when making turns. This noise usually occurs during tight turns and may indicate worn-out or damaged CV joint bearings.

2. Grease leakage: A failing CV joint may leak grease, which can be seen as dark-colored grease splattered around the CV joint or on the inside of the wheel. Grease leakage is typically caused by a cracked or damaged CV joint boot, which allows the lubricating grease to escape and contaminants to enter.

3. Excessive vibration: A worn-out CV joint can cause vibrations, especially during acceleration. The vibrations may be felt in the steering wheel, floorboards, or even the entire vehicle. These vibrations can become more noticeable as the CV joint deteriorates further.

4. Difficulty in turning: As the CV joint wears out, it may become difficult to turn the vehicle, especially at low speeds or when making sharp turns. This symptom is often accompanied by a clicking or popping sound.

5. Uneven tire wear: A failing CV joint can lead to uneven tire wear. If the CV joint is damaged or worn, it can cause the axle to wobble or vibrate, resulting in uneven tire tread wear. This can be observed by visually inspecting the tires and noticing uneven patterns of wear.

Relationship to the Axle:

The CV joint is an integral part of the axle assembly. It connects the transmission to the wheels and allows smooth power delivery to the wheels while accommodating the up-and-down motion of the suspension. The axle shaft is responsible for transmitting torque from the transmission to the CV joints and ultimately to the wheels.

Axles contain one or more CV joints, depending on the vehicle’s drivetrain configuration. In front-wheel drive vehicles, each front axle typically has two CV joints, one inner and one outer. Rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive vehicles may have CV joints on both the front and rear axles.

The CV joint consists of a joint housing, bearings, and internal ball bearings or rollers. It is protected by a rubber or thermoplastic CV joint boot, which seals in the grease and protects the joint from contaminants. When the CV joint fails, it can affect the axle’s ability to transmit power smoothly and result in the symptoms mentioned above.

Regular inspection and maintenance of the CV joint and axle assembly are crucial to identify and address any issues promptly. If any of the symptoms mentioned earlier are observed, it is recommended to have the vehicle inspected by a qualified mechanic to determine the exact cause and perform necessary repairs or replacements.


Can you explain the importance of axle alignment for vehicle stability and handling?

Axle alignment plays a crucial role in ensuring vehicle stability and handling characteristics. Proper alignment of the axles is essential for maintaining optimal tire contact with the road surface, minimizing tire wear, maximizing traction, and promoting safe and predictable handling. Here are the key reasons why axle alignment is important:

  1. Tire Wear and Longevity:
  2. Correct axle alignment helps distribute the vehicle’s weight evenly across all four tires. When the axles are properly aligned, the tires wear evenly, reducing the risk of premature tire wear and extending their lifespan. Misaligned axles can cause uneven tire wear patterns, such as excessive wear on the inner or outer edges of the tires, leading to the need for premature tire replacement.

  3. Optimal Traction:
  4. Proper axle alignment ensures that the tires maintain optimal contact with the road surface. When the axles are aligned correctly, the tires can evenly distribute the driving forces, maximizing traction and grip. This is particularly important during acceleration, braking, and cornering, as proper alignment helps prevent tire slippage and improves overall vehicle stability.

  5. Steering Response and Stability:
  6. Axle alignment directly affects steering response and stability. When the axles are properly aligned, the vehicle responds predictably to driver inputs, providing precise and accurate steering control. Misaligned axles can lead to steering inconsistencies, such as pulling to one side or requiring constant correction, compromising vehicle stability and handling.

  7. Reduced Rolling Resistance:
  8. Proper axle alignment helps reduce rolling resistance, which is the force required to move the vehicle forward. When the axles are aligned correctly, the tires roll smoothly and effortlessly, minimizing energy loss due to friction. This can contribute to improved fuel efficiency and reduced operating costs.

  9. Vehicle Safety:
  10. Correct axle alignment is crucial for ensuring vehicle safety. Misaligned axles can affect the vehicle’s stability, especially during emergency maneuvers or sudden lane changes. Proper alignment helps maintain the intended handling characteristics of the vehicle, reducing the risk of loss of control and improving overall safety.

To achieve proper axle alignment, several key parameters are considered, including camber, toe, and caster angles. Camber refers to the vertical tilt of the wheel when viewed from the front, toe refers to the angle of the wheels in relation to each other when viewed from above, and caster refers to the angle of the steering axis in relation to vertical when viewed from the side. These alignment angles are adjusted to meet the vehicle manufacturer’s specifications and ensure optimal performance.

It’s important to note that factors such as road conditions, driving habits, and vehicle modifications can affect axle alignment over time. Regular maintenance and periodic alignment checks are recommended to ensure that the axles remain properly aligned, promoting vehicle stability, handling, and safety.

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editor by CX 2023-11-16