Thank you again for everything. The entire experience of ordering from your company is top notch! Inclusion of all necessary hardware makes the job just that much easier. I don't know why anyone would order from anyone else. I have already recommended your company to others on audiworld.com... and will continue to do so!
RAXLES warrants to the buyer of any axle that it is free from any defects in workmanship and material forever.
Welcome to Raxles.com
At Raxles Inc, we are striving to become America's premier supplier of OE quality CV Axles and CV joints.
Raxles has been redefining quality in the CV Axle industry for over 17 years, and was the first to exclusively use new CV Joints on every CV Axle sold.
Raxles sells direct to the customer, and is a global supplier to the finest automotive repair shops, new car dealerships, auto parts stores and racing teams with the industry's best CV Axles. The best is just a call away; Raxles, first in Quality!
We Don't Regrind
We've got 4 good reasons not to buy CV Driveaxles with reground components
It is virtually impossible to take used parts and hold them in position for consistent regrinding. Inconsistent regrinding results in an inferior product.
In order to clean up the wear on the internal components, you must grind into the case hardening. Once you have removed the hardening you have reduced the part's resistance to wear. The part would be predisposed to failure.
CV driveaxles with reground components have been found to have excessively high failure rates. Rebuilding with new quality components has been the only method found to provide an acceptable, long-term solution.
Don't be misled by unusually low priced driveaxles: it usually means an inferior product. Your Raxles authorized driveaxle specialist using new components is the solution for all of your CV problems!
Constant velocity (CV) joints, because of their unique ability to overcome some of the design limitations of conventional Cardan style U-joints, have become a common component on many of today's drivetrains. You'll find CV joints used on many rear-wheel drive (RWD), four-wheel drive (4WD) and all-wheel drive (AWD) vehicles as well as on all front-wheel drive (FWD) vehicles.
Some type of flexible coupling is needed on all open driveshaft to accommodate the up and down motions of the suspension. What's more, some means of allowing the driveshaft to change length or to "telescope" in and out must also be provided because the distance between the ends of the shaft change as the operating angle of the shaft increases.