A truck with two or more rear axles, both with with diffs coupled by a jack shaft. Some units fitted with diff locks to allow one or both axles to drive.
It refers to the frame, engine,front and rear axles, springs, steering systems and the fuel tank bolted directly to the body-in short everything but the body.
This question is a little vague. How many axles it has depends on the configuration, naturally. It might have two axles, it might have eight or more.
A tri-axle has two live axles and a lift axle.. if it's located in front of the drive axles, it's known as a pusher... if it's located behind the drive axles, it's known as a tag axle. With a tandem axle setup (which is what tri-axles, quad axles, etc. are, albeit with the addition of dead axles), the driveshaft runs from the transmission output to the power divider. The power divider is a differential which transmits power evenly to both live axles.
The rear wheels are bolted to the axles. The axles run through the inside of the rear end housing.
AnswerA sport model should have DANA 30 front axles and DANA 35 rear axles A DANA 44 axle could be ordered optional on the rear.
depends if you are talking about the whole rear end or just the axles themselvs, and yes to both of them but if you take out 3/4 ton axles you will need 3/4 ton axles to put back in and so no. if you take the whole rear end of a 1/2 ton and put in a 3/4 ton rear end it should fit well
How does the clip for rear end axles come out?
2, a front and a rear.
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The distance between the front and rear axles is known as the "wheel base". It is measured from the center of each axle.
The 1979 General Motors F-Body vehicles have live rear (Salisbury type) axles. These rear axles are 7.5 inch 10-bolt units.
dana 30 front dana 35 rear