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drive shaft

also drive·shaft (drīv′shăft′)
A rotating shaft that transmits mechanical power from a motor or an engine to a point or region of application.
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Noun1.driveshaft - a rotating shaft that transmits power from the engine to the point of application
drive line, drive line system - mechanism that transmits power from the engine to the driving wheels of a motor vehicle
rotating shaft, shaft - a revolving rod that transmits power or motion
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Both versions feature Honda Selectable Torque Control, combined ABS brakes and shaft drive.
In addition, the new flex shaft drive folds for travel, without shaft disassembly, to minimize plant transport width.
Instead, in 1948, it came up with a completely new design for a medium size van with a conventional chassis and shaft drive.
Mueller Steam Specialty's 691MFA Cast Iron Duplex Strainers feature a single shaft drive that operates both diverter valves.
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Big three-cylinder engine with 135bhp, shaft drive (a first for Triumph) and, like the BMW, a huge range of options.
Even bigger news is the imminent arrival of Triumph's new 1,200cc inline-triple, said to produce more than 140bhp with lots of torque, transmitted to the back wheel via a new shaft drive designed by Triumph.
It's a Honda after all, and the lowmaintenance shaft drive allows servicing intervals of 8,000 miles after the initial 600-mile running-in service.
Check the levels and quality of the engine oil, hypoid gear oil, shaft drive, hydraulic fluid, coolant, and fuel.
In reality, he says, the Toyota system takes advantage of today's technology, inverted the EMT's input and output shaft drive, and added NiMH batteries and a utility Gelb and his associates once considered: the ability to turn the engine off and drive only on electric power at low speeds.