As an automotive trade specialist and aftermarket auto parts supplier, I am asked quite often about Aftermarket CV (combined curb auction vehicle) axles by my customers. The common question is: “What type of Aftermarket cv axles are available for my particular CPO (combined pick up truck)?” The simple answer is that there are basically three different types of Aftermarket cv axles that can be used on a CPO, namely: universal, twin axle, and dual axle. A twin axle is simply a unit that is built to support either two or four wheels at the front or back of the truck. A twin axle truck cam system will require a very long pinion in order to provide enough clearance at the back of the truck to install a drag chute. Dual axles trucks, on the other hand, will have a cam system that spans both back ends of the truck and has a drive train consisting of a pinion strut arrangement to support either two or four tires.
Aftermarket CV Auto Parts – Are They Worth the Money?
Some customers want to use Aftermarket cv axles, but they do not want to modify their trucks. In this instance, aftermarket axles are perfect for the customer. There are many aftermarket axles available for sale that will fit any body style or make of truck perfectly. For instance, a customer looking for a chrome body might opt for a chrome outboard motor. If the customer was looking for a Honda Civic, they could choose a Honda Civic Si (stereo) or a Honda Civic Type-R (truck).
Some more customers, however, need to use Aftermarket cv axles so that they can install custom wheel wells or create a deck. In this case, I would again recommend the use of aftermarket cv axles. They are much stronger than the stock ones and, due to the fact that you can use them on any make/model of truck, will work with most of your aftermarket truck parts. The only thing that you have to remember is to always purchase your cv auto parts from a trusted source. You don’t want to put your job in the hands of someone cheaper (or not even a trusted source).