China Best Sales Good Quality Axle Half Shaft 42311-60190 for Land Cruiser Hzj79 axle assembly

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Good Quality Axle Half Shaft 42311-60190 For Land Cruiser HZJ79

 

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OEM No: 42311-60190
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Brand: FENGMING
Condition: Brand New
Stock Availability: Yes
Minimum Order QTY 1PC
OEM Order Acceptability: Yes
Small order Lead Time: 3-7 days
Large Order Lead Time: 15-30 days
Quality Warranty 12 months
PACKAGING As neutral or as customer’s request, FENG MING PACKING
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Shipment Methods: DHL, UPS, TNT, FedEx, Aramex, EMS, Air Cargo, Sea Cargo

Fitment

Name Model Description ProdPeriod Options
 LAND CRUISER FZJ71L-RJMNK FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – 07.2009 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER FZJ71L-RJMRK FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – 07.2009 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER FZJ71L-RJMRKV FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – 07.2009 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER FZJ71R-RJMRK FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – 07.2009 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER FZJ78L-RJMRK FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – 07.2009 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER FZJ78R-RJMRK FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – 07.2009 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER FZJ79L-TJMNKV FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – 07.2009 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER FZJ79L-TJMRK FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – 07.2009 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER FZJ79L-TJMRK3 FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – 07.2009 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER FZJ79L-TJMRKV FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – 07.2009 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER FZJ79R-TJMRK FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – 07.2009 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER HZJ71L-RJMRS FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – … ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER HZJ71R-KJMRS FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – … ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER HZJ71R-RJMRS FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – … ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER HZJ78L-RJMRS FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – … ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER HZJ78R-RJMRS FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – … ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER HZJ79L-TJMRS FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – … ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER HZJ79L-TJMRS3 FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – … ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER HZJ79L-TJMRSV FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – 12.2016 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER HZJ79R-TJMRS FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – … ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER FZJ76L-RKMNKV FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – 07.2009 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER FZJ76L-RKMRK FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – 07.2009 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER HZJ76L-RKMNSV FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – 12.2016 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER HZJ76L-RKMRS FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – … ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER HZJ76R-RKMRS FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – … ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER HZJ78L-RJMRSV FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – 12.2016 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER VDJ76R-RKMNYQ FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – … ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER VDJ78R-RJMNYQ FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – … ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER VDJ78R-RJMRYQ FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – … ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER VDJ79R-TJMNYQ3 FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – … ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER VDJ79R-TJMRYQ3 FZJ7#,GRJ7#,HZJ7#,VDJ7# 01.2007 – … ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER HZJ71L-RJMNSW BJ73,LJ7#,RJ7#,HZJ7#,PZJ7#,KZJ7# 08.1999 – 08.2001 Driver’s Position: LEFT-HAND DRI
 LAND CRUISER HZJ74L-FJMNSW BJ73,LJ7#,RJ7#,HZJ7#,PZJ7#,KZJ7# 08.1999 – 08.2001 Driver’s Position: LEFT-HAND DRI
 LAND CRUISER HZJ78L-RJMRSW BJ73,LJ7#,RJ7#,HZJ7#,PZJ7#,KZJ7# 08.1999 – 08.2001 Driver’s Position: LEFT-HAND DRI
 LAND CRUISER HZJ79L-TJMRSW BJ73,LJ7#,RJ7#,HZJ7#,PZJ7#,KZJ7# 08.1999 – 08.2001 Driver’s Position: LEFT-HAND DRI
 LAND CRUISER FZJ71L-RJMNK FJ,FZJ,HDJ,HJ,HZJ,KZJ,LJ,PZJ,RJ7# 08.1999 – 08.2008 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER FZJ71L-RJMRK FJ,FZJ,HDJ,HJ,HZJ,KZJ,LJ,PZJ,RJ7# 08.1999 – 08.2008 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER FZJ71L-RJMRKV FJ,FZJ,HDJ,HJ,HZJ,KZJ,LJ,PZJ,RJ7# 08.1999 – 01.2007 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER FZJ71R-RJMRK FJ,FZJ,HDJ,HJ,HZJ,KZJ,LJ,PZJ,RJ7# 08.1999 – 01.2007 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER FZJ74L-FJMNK FJ,FZJ,HDJ,HJ,HZJ,KZJ,LJ,PZJ,RJ7# 08.1999 – 01.2007 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu
 LAND CRUISER FZJ74L-FJMNKV FJ,FZJ,HDJ,HJ,HZJ,KZJ,LJ,PZJ,RJ7# 08.1999 – 01.2007 ATM,MTM: MANUAL TRANSMISSION; Bu

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axle shaft

Can you explain the impact of axle shaft materials on weight and strength?

The choice of material for axle shafts has a significant impact on both weight and strength characteristics. Different materials offer varying levels of strength-to-weight ratios, which can influence the overall performance and durability of the axle shafts. Here’s an explanation of how axle shaft materials affect weight and strength:

  • Steel: Steel is a commonly used material for axle shafts due to its high strength and durability. Steel axle shafts are known for their excellent load-bearing capacity and resistance to bending and torsional forces. However, steel is relatively heavy compared to other materials, which can contribute to increased overall weight of the vehicle. The weight of steel axle shafts can affect the vehicle’s fuel efficiency and handling characteristics.
  • Alloy Steel: Alloy steel is a type of steel that has been mixed with other elements to enhance specific properties. By adding elements such as chromium, molybdenum, or nickel, alloy steel can achieve improved strength and hardness compared to traditional steel. This allows for the production of lighter and stronger axle shafts compared to conventional steel, providing a balance between weight reduction and structural integrity.
  • Aluminum: Aluminum is a lightweight material known for its excellent strength-to-weight ratio. When used in axle shafts, aluminum can significantly reduce the weight of the component, which can lead to benefits such as improved fuel efficiency and handling. However, aluminum axle shafts may not be as strong as steel shafts and can be more susceptible to bending or deformation under high loads or extreme conditions.
  • Composite Materials: Composite materials, such as carbon fiber reinforced polymers (CFRP), are increasingly being explored for axle shaft applications. CFRP composites offer high strength and light weight, making them attractive for weight reduction purposes. These materials can provide comparable or even superior strength compared to steel while significantly reducing the overall weight of the axle shafts. However, composite materials often come with higher production costs and may require specialized manufacturing techniques.

Overall, the choice of axle shaft material involves a trade-off between weight reduction and strength requirements. Steel offers excellent strength but comes with higher weight, while materials like aluminum and composites offer weight savings at the expense of some strength characteristics. The selection of the most suitable material depends on various factors, including the vehicle’s intended use, load requirements, cost considerations, and desired performance attributes.

In summary, the impact of axle shaft materials on weight and strength is significant. Steel provides high strength but adds weight, alloy steel offers a balance between strength and weight, aluminum reduces weight but may sacrifice some strength, and composite materials provide strength and weight advantages but at potentially higher costs. Manufacturers consider these factors when selecting axle shaft materials to achieve the desired balance of weight reduction, strength, and overall performance in vehicles.

axle shaft

Can you provide examples of classic and modern vehicles that use various axle shafts?

Various classic and modern vehicles utilize different types of axle shafts depending on their design, drivetrain configuration, and intended use. Here are examples of classic and modern vehicles that use various axle shafts:

Classic Vehicles:

  • Ford Mustang (Classic): Classic Ford Mustang models, such as the first-generation Mustangs produced in the 1960s, typically featured solid rear axle shafts. These axle shafts were commonly made of forged steel and provided simplicity and durability in a rear-wheel drive configuration.
  • Jeep Wrangler (Classic): Classic Jeep Wrangler models, such as the Jeep CJ series, often utilized solid front and rear axle shafts. These axle shafts were designed to handle the demands of off-road driving and provided ruggedness and reliability in a four-wheel drive setup.
  • Volkswagen Beetle (Classic): The classic Volkswagen Beetle, produced from the 1930s to the 2000s, featured independent rear suspension with CV (constant velocity) axle shafts. These axle shafts allowed for smooth power delivery and improved handling characteristics.

Modern Vehicles:

  • Ford F-150 (Modern): The Ford F-150, a popular full-size pickup truck, utilizes various axle shaft configurations depending on the model and drivetrain options. Rear-wheel drive versions may employ solid axle shafts, while four-wheel drive models can feature independent front suspension with CV axle shafts and a solid rear axle.
  • Toyota Camry (Modern): The Toyota Camry, a mid-size sedan, typically incorporates front-wheel drive with independent front suspension and CV axle shafts. These axle shafts provide smooth power transfer and allow for improved maneuverability and efficiency.
  • Jeep Wrangler (Modern): The modern Jeep Wrangler continues to utilize solid front and rear axle shafts, maintaining its off-road capability and durability. The solid axle shafts contribute to the Wrangler’s exceptional ground clearance and ability to handle challenging terrains.
  • Tesla Model S (Modern): The Tesla Model S, an all-electric luxury sedan, utilizes electric motor-driven axle shafts instead of traditional mechanical axle shafts. These electric motor-driven axle shafts deliver instant torque to the wheels, providing impressive acceleration and performance.

It’s important to note that the specific axle shaft configurations and materials used in vehicles can vary even within the same model due to different trim levels, drivetrain options, and technological advancements. Additionally, aftermarket modifications can further alter the axle shaft setups in vehicles to accommodate specific needs and preferences.

When considering axle shafts for replacement or upgrades, it’s crucial to ensure compatibility with the vehicle’s make, model, and drivetrain configuration. Consulting with a professional mechanic or referencing the manufacturer’s specifications is recommended to ensure the correct axle shaft selection.

In summary, classic and modern vehicles utilize various axle shaft configurations, including solid axle shafts, CV axle shafts, and electric motor-driven axle shafts. These axle shafts are tailored to the specific needs of the vehicle, such as durability, off-road capability, power delivery, and efficiency.

axle shaft

Are there different axle shaft designs for rear-wheel drive and front-wheel drive vehicles?

Yes, rear-wheel drive (RWD) and front-wheel drive (FWD) vehicles typically employ different axle shaft designs to accommodate their respective drivetrain configurations. The axle shafts in RWD and FWD vehicles differ in their construction, orientation, and connection to the wheels. Here’s a detailed explanation of the axle shaft designs used in RWD and FWD vehicles:

Rear-Wheel Drive (RWD) Vehicles:

In RWD vehicles, the engine’s power is transmitted to the rear wheels through the drivetrain components. The axle shaft design in RWD vehicles is commonly referred to as a solid axle or full-floating axle. Here are the key characteristics of RWD axle shafts:

  • Rigid Shaft: RWD axle shafts are typically solid and rigid, connecting the differential directly to each rear wheel. They are designed to handle high torque loads and provide robustness, making them suitable for heavy-duty applications.
  • Single Connection: Each rear wheel has its own dedicated axle shaft, which connects directly to the wheel hub. The axle shaft transfers power to the wheel, enabling it to rotate.
  • Support and Power Transfer: RWD axle shafts support the weight of the vehicle and transmit torque from the differential to the wheels. They facilitate smooth power delivery and enable the rear wheels to propel the vehicle forward or backward.
  • Less Articulation: Since RWD vehicles typically have a solid rear axle, the axle shafts have limited articulation compared to FWD vehicles. This design simplifies the construction but may result in reduced suspension flexibility and a harsher ride quality.

Front-Wheel Drive (FWD) Vehicles:

In FWD vehicles, the engine’s power is transmitted to the front wheels through the drivetrain components. FWD axle shafts are commonly known as half shafts or CV axles (constant velocity axles). Here are the main characteristics of FWD axle shafts:

  • Compact and Lightweight: FWD axle shafts are typically lighter and more compact than RWD axle shafts. They are designed to accommodate the space limitations in the front-wheel-drive layout.
  • Constant Velocity (CV) Joints: FWD axle shafts incorporate constant velocity (CV) joints, which allow for flexibility and rotation at various angles. CV joints compensate for the changing length and angle of the axle shafts during suspension movement and steering.
  • Transverse Orientation: FWD axle shafts are positioned transversely across the vehicle, connecting the differential or transaxle to the front wheels. This orientation allows for efficient power transfer and space utilization in FWD vehicles.
  • Support and Power Transfer: FWD axle shafts support the weight of the vehicle and transmit torque from the differential or transaxle to the front wheels. They enable the front wheels to rotate and provide the driving force for vehicle movement.
  • Increased Articulation: FWD axle shafts have greater articulation capabilities due to the need to accommodate suspension movement and steering angles. The CV joints allow the axle shafts to flex and rotate, ensuring smooth power delivery even when the wheels are turned or the suspension is compressed.

These axle shaft designs in RWD and FWD vehicles are tailored to the specific requirements and configurations of each drivetrain layout. They optimize power transmission, support the wheels, and ensure efficient operation based on the unique characteristics of rear-wheel drive and front-wheel drive systems.

China Best Sales Good Quality Axle Half Shaft 42311-60190 for Land Cruiser Hzj79   axle assemblyChina Best Sales Good Quality Axle Half Shaft 42311-60190 for Land Cruiser Hzj79   axle assembly
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