Introduction of the rear axle
The rear axle refers to the rear drive shaft component of the vehicle's power transmission. It consists of two half-bridges that perform half-bridge differential motion. At the same time, it is also used to support the wheels and the devices that connect the rear wheels. If it is a front axle driven vehicle, then the rear axle is just a follower bridge, only to play the role. If the front axle is not a transaxle, then the rear axle is the transaxle. At this time, in addition to the bearing function, it also plays the role of driving and decelerating and differential. If it is four-wheel drive, it is usually equipped with a sub-front in front of the rear axle. Actuator. The rear axle is divided into an integral bridge and a half bridge. The integral bridge is equipped with a non-independent suspension, such as a leaf spring suspension, and a half bridge with an independent suspension, such as a MacPherson suspension.