Axle Hub assembly
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The differential takes the power from the driveshaft and transfers it to the wheels via axle shafts. The driveshaft is connected to a pinion gear, which drives a ring gear attached to the differential case. The case contains pinion gears, and side gears splined to axle shafts that together allow the wheels to turn at different speeds when turning a corner. Differentials are generally durable components, but the bearings on which the pinion and differential case rotate can wear causing noise and clearance problems. We can supply all your repair needs including rebuild kits, case assemblies, and ring and pinion sets.
Wheel hubs are the interface between the drive axle and the wheel. The hub is splined to the axle shaft and has a flange with studs to which the wheel is attached. The hub bearings are the common wear parts. When worn you may hear a growling or humming noise that may go away when you turn the steering wheel back and forth while driving. Older hub bearings had to be removed and installed with a press and fixtures, but most new vehicles have unitized hubs that are replaced as an assembly. Regardless of the vehicle or type of hub, we have the replacement parts to make your vehicle quiet and safe again.