Other Auto Parts Factory High Quality Constant Velocity Universal Joint Outer CV Joint

As one of the cv joint manufacturers, suppliers, and exporters of mechanical products, We offer cv joint and many other products.

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CV Joint
#55 Steel
Outer diameter :
Outer gearing wheel side:
Thread Size:
Internal Teeth, wheel side:
Seal Diameter [mm]:


1. More than 1500 different items.
2. Serve some famous drive shaft companies.
3. 2 Years quality guarantee.
4. 100% Inspection before shipment.

1. OEM Manufacturing welcome: Product, Package…
2. Sample order
3. We will reply to your inquiry in 24 hours.
4. after sending, we will track the products for you at every step, until you get the products. When you got the
goods, test them and give me feedback.If you have any questions about the problem, contact us, and we will offer
the solve way for you.

Designed with premium materials

We source high quality materials to manufacture our constant velocity joints to meet OE fit and function. Components are constructed of grade 55 steel for rigidity, strength and wear resistance, while the jacket is constructed of tough yet flexible neoprene for operation over a wide range of -40°C to +120°C and provides Excellent stress and crack protection.

Precision Crafted to High Technical Standards

Our unique quenching treatment reduces brittleness and internal stresses in the steel, extending our recommended part replacements to one year or 60,000km. Kits come packaged and come fully assembled with a premium grease pack for stress-free replacement.

The Most Common Problems with Constant Velocity Joints

A constant velocity joint is a very durable component. When things go wrong, it usually has to do with the “boot” — the rubber/plastic sheath held together by two clips.
Constant velocity joints are filled with special grease and sealed by a protective cover. If the boot is damaged, the grease will leak out. This reduces lubrication, causing the CV joints to wear faster. It can also allow dirt and moisture to seep into the CV joints, causing additional wear.
Usually the outer CV joint boots are the first to come off – they are under more stress than the inner boots.