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Zhejiang Jiade Machinery Co., Ltd is one of the famous China CV Joint Inner Race Suppliers and CV Joint Inner Race exporter in China. Company has a number of high-standard modern production lines, equipped with world-leading production equipment and testing instruments such as Japan. At present, it has formed a long-term strategic partnership with more than ten well-known brand auto OEM such as BMW, Ford, Nissan, Hyundai, Mazda, FAW Hongqi, Geely, and BYD. We custom OEM CV Joint Inner Race over 11 years.

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Industry knowledge

The introduction of CV Joint Inner Race

The CV joint inner race is a critical component in the operation of a constant velocity (CV) joint. It is responsible for providing a smooth and efficient transfer of power from the transmission to the wheels of a vehicle. The inner race of a CV joint is typically made of high-quality steel or another durable material and is designed to withstand the high levels of stress and force that are generated during the operation of the joint.
The CV joint inner race is typically located at the center of the CV joint and is surrounded by a series of steel balls that are arranged in a circular pattern. The balls are held in place by a cage, which is designed to maintain the proper spacing between the balls and to prevent them from coming into contact with each other.
When the CV joint is in operation, the inner race rotates along with the transmission output shaft, while the outer race remains stationary. This movement allows the wheels of the vehicle to turn and pivot, providing the necessary flexibility for smooth and efficient operation on a variety of road surfaces.

The function of the CV Joint Inner Race

Supporting the rolling elements: The inner race acts as a support structure for the rolling elements, such as balls or needles, which transfer torque and power from the transmission to the wheels.
Maintaining proper spacing: The inner race also helps maintain proper spacing between the CV joint components, ensuring that the rolling elements move smoothly and without binding.
Additionally, the inner race is typically made of a hard, durable material, such as steel, which allows it to withstand the high loads and constant movement associated with the CV joint. The inner race is typically press-fitted onto the shaft and secured in place to prevent it from rotating or separating from the shaft.