Rear wheel drive

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The drive axle is a split axle with a differential and universal joints between the two half axles. ... In rear-wheel drive cars and trucks, the engine turns a driveshaft (also called a propellor shaft or tailshaft) which transmits rotational force to a drive axle at the rear of the vehicle.



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