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G-Tech Automotive

Products are widely used in passenger vehicles, commercial vehicles and industrial machinery, in the international and domestic OEM/ODM/AS market has a good reputation. Strictly in accordance with the standardized process, by professional technical personnel to ensure the stability of product quality. IATF16949, ISO9001 Certificated factory. 

Introduction Description
Material All the material for Granville bearings (including inner/outer rings, rollers, balls, cages) are from the audited best suppliers in China.
Processing Guarantee the time spent and quality of every processing. Can do 3 times tempering to stabilize the dimensions of the bearings.
Quality Control All the bearing parts are 100% strictly inspected including crack detection, roughness, roundness, hardness and geometric dimensions.
Appearance Provide light chamfer, black chamfer, black oil groove and hollow-end rollers.

Factory

G-Tech Factory

Granville has all kinds of CNC machine tools, processing centers, grinding production lines, ultrasonic cleaning lines and other equipment more than 100 sets, strictly in accordance with the standardized process, by professional technical personnel to ensure the stability of product quality. 

Catalog

G-Tech Catalog

BEARING NO. Dimension N.W. (kg) SEAL
d(MM) D(MM) B(MM) C(MM)
DAC20420030/29 20 42 30 29 0.19 D
DAC25520037 25 52 37 37 0.37 D
DAC25520043 25 52 43 43 0.4 D
DAC25550043 25 55 43 43 0.45 D
DAC25520042 25 52 42 42 0.36 D
DAC25680043 25 68 43 43   A
DAC28520031 28 52 31 31    
DAC28520031/29 28 52 31 29    
DAC25560032 25 56 32 32   A
DAC27600050 27 60 50 50   B
DAC28560039/29 28 56 39 29 0.32 E
DAC28580042 28 58 42 42 0.44 A/D
DAC28580044 28 58 44 44 0.46 A
DAC28610042 28 61 42 42 0.5 E
DAC28620047/35 28 62 47 35   A
DAC29535717 29 53 37 37 0.35 D
DAC3050571 30 50 20 20 0.08 D
DAC30540571 30 54 24 24 0.1 D
DAC3 0571 030/25 30 55 30 25 0.2 E
DAC3 0571 032 30 55 32 32 0.28 A
DAC3 0571 042 30 58 42 42 0.42 A
DAC30600037 30 60 37 37 0.42 C/D
DAC30600037/34 30 60 37 34 0.38 E
DAC30620032 30 62 32 32 0.4 D
DAC30630042 30 63 42 42 0.49 D
DAC30640042 30 64 42 42 0.49 D
DAC30650044/35 30 65 44 35   E
DAC32720045 32 72 45 45 0.6 E
DAC34620037 34 62 37 37 041 D
DAC34640037 34 64 37 37 0.43 A/C/D
DAC34660571 34 66 37 37 0.5 C
DAC34670037 34 67 37 37 0.43 C
DAC35618040 35 61.8 40 40 0.44 C
DAC35640037 35 64 37 37 0.41 C
DAC35650035 35 65 35 35 0.4 A/B/D/F
DAC35660032 35 66 32 32 0.41 D
DAC35660033 35 66 33 33 0.43 D
DAC35660037 35 66 37 37 0.48 A/C
DAC35680037 35 68 37 37 0.52 A/B/C
DAC35685713/30 35 68.02 33 30 0.47 E
DAC35720571 35 72 27 27 0.46 E
DAC3572571 35 72 28 28 0.48 E
DAC35720033 35 72 33 33 0.58 A/B
DAC35720034 35 72 34 34 0.58 A/B
DAC35725713/31 35 72.02 33 31 0.55 E
DAC35770442 35 77.04 42 42   E
DAC36640037 36 64 37 37   A
DAC36640042 36 64 42 42 0.55 A
DAC36680033 36 68 33 33 0.47 D/E
DAC3672571 36 72.04 34 34 0.57 E
DAC37720033 37 72 33 33 0.54 B
DAC37720037 37 72 37 37 0.59 A/B/C

BEARING NO Dimension N.W. (kg) SEAL
d(MM) D(MM) B(MM) C(MM)
DAC37720047  37 72  47  47   D
DAC37740045 37 74  45  45   0.79 D
DAC38640336/33  38 64.03  36  33   0.47 E
DAC3865571/48 38 65.03  52 48   E
DAC38700037 38.1 70 37 37 0.54 A/B
DAC38700038  38 70  38  38   0.55 A/B
DAC38710033/30  38 71  33  30   0.52 E
DAC38710039 38 71  39  39   0.56 D
DAC38720040  38 72  40  40   0.57 D
DAC38725716/33 37.99 72.02  36  33   0.54 D/E
DAC3872571  38 72.04  34 34   0.55 E
DAC38730040 38 73  40  40   0.62 D
DAC38740036  38 74  36  36   0.64 B
DAC38740036/33  38 74  36  33   0.58 D/E
DAC38740050  38 74  50  50   0.78 D
DAC38745716/33 37.99 74.02  36  33   0.58 E
DAC39/41750037 39/41 75  37  37   0.62 B/D
DAC39680037  39 68  37  37   0.48 A/C/D
DAC39680637 39 68.06  37  37   0.48 A/C/D
DAC3968571  39 68.07  37  37   0.48 A/C/D
DAC39720037  39 72  37  37   0.56 A/B/C
DAC39720637  39 72.06  37  37   0.56 A/B/C
DAC39740034  39 74  34  34   0.57 A
DAC39740036/34 39.09 74  36  34   0.52 A
DAC39740039  39 74 39  39   0.66 D
DAC40680042  40 68  42  42   0.48 C
DAC4070043  40 70  43  43   0.66 B
DAC40720036  40 72  36  36   0.54 A&B
DAC40720036/33  40 72  36  33   0.52 E
DAC40720037  40 72  37  37   0.55 A/B/C
DAC40720041.5/37  40 72  41.5  37   0.58 C
DAC4072571.1  40 72.08  33.1 33.1   0.52 A
DAC40740036  40 74 36 36   0.6 A/B
DAC40740036/34  40 74 36  34   0.58 E
DAC40740040  40 74  40  40   0.66 A/D
DAC40740042  40 74  42  42   0.66 A
DAC4571037  40 75  37  37   0.62 D
DAC4571039  40 75  39  39   0.64 B
DAC4571033  40 76  33  33   0.57 D
DAC4571033/28  40 76  33  28   0.54 D
DAC4571040/38  40 76  40 38   0.68 D
DAC4571041/38  40 76  41  38   0.7 D
DAC408000302  40 80  30.2 30.2   0.63 E
DAC40800031  40 80  31  31   0.65 D
DAC40800034  40 80  34  34   0.72 D
DAC40800036/34  40 80  36  34   0.74 D

 

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What are the environmental considerations of recycling CV axles and related components?

When it comes to recycling CV axles and related components, there are several environmental considerations to take into account. Here’s a detailed explanation of the environmental aspects associated with recycling CV axles:

1. Metal Recycling:

CV axles and related components are typically made of various metals, such as steel and aluminum. Recycling these metals offers significant environmental benefits. Metal recycling reduces the need for extracting and processing raw materials, which helps conserve natural resources and reduces energy consumption. Additionally, recycling metals helps minimize the environmental impact associated with mining and refining processes, including habitat destruction, water pollution, and greenhouse gas emissions.

2. Hazardous Materials:

CV axles may contain hazardous materials or substances that require proper handling and disposal. For example, some axle components may have coatings or finishes that contain heavy metals or other toxic substances. When recycling CV axles, it’s important to follow proper procedures to remove and dispose of any hazardous materials safely. Recycling facilities and scrap metal yards have established protocols to handle hazardous materials to minimize their impact on the environment and human health.

3. Waste Reduction:

Recycling CV axles and related components contributes to waste reduction. Instead of ending up in landfills, these items can be processed and reused, reducing the amount of waste generated. By diverting CV axles from the waste stream, recycling helps conserve landfill space and reduces the potential for environmental contamination. It also reduces the need for new manufacturing, which further conserves resources and reduces associated environmental impacts.

4. Energy Savings:

Recycling CV axles and their components saves energy compared to producing new materials from virgin resources. The recycling process typically requires less energy compared to the extraction, refining, and manufacturing processes involved in producing new metal components. By recycling CV axles, energy consumption and associated greenhouse gas emissions can be reduced, contributing to a lower carbon footprint and mitigating climate change.

5. Proper Disposal:

In cases where CV axles or their components cannot be recycled due to damage or contamination, proper disposal becomes essential. It’s important to adhere to local regulations and guidelines for disposing of these items. Improper disposal can lead to environmental contamination, including soil and water pollution. Working with certified recycling facilities or scrap metal yards ensures that disposal is carried out in an environmentally responsible manner.

6. Extended Product Life Cycle:

Recycling CV axles and related components extends the product life cycle, reducing the need for new production. By reusing materials and components, the environmental impact associated with manufacturing new parts is minimized. Extending the life cycle of CV axles through recycling promotes resource conservation and reduces the overall environmental footprint of the automotive industry.

In summary, recycling CV axles and related components offers several environmental benefits. It conserves natural resources, reduces energy consumption, minimizes hazardous material disposal, promotes waste reduction, and contributes to a lower carbon footprint. Proper recycling and disposal practices play a crucial role in ensuring that these components are handled in an environmentally responsible manner, mitigating their impact on the environment and human health.

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What is the impact of lifted or lowered suspension on CV axle angles and longevity?

Lifting or lowering a vehicle’s suspension can have a significant impact on the angles and longevity of CV axles. Here’s an explanation of how lifted or lowered suspension affects CV axle angles and longevity:

1. Lifted Suspension:

When a vehicle’s suspension is lifted, either through the use of taller springs, spacers, or suspension modifications, it can result in increased CV axle angles. The higher ride height alters the geometry of the suspension system, causing the CV axles to operate at more severe angles. This increased angle can lead to several effects:

a. Increased Wear and Stress: The higher CV axle angles in a lifted suspension setup can increase wear and stress on the CV joints and boots. The joints are forced to operate at more extreme angles, which can accelerate wear and potentially lead to premature failure. The constant articulation and operating angles can cause the CV boots to wear out faster, increasing the risk of contamination and damage to the CV joints.

b. Binding and Limited Articulation: In extreme cases, excessive lift can cause the CV axles to bind or reach their maximum operating angles, limiting the suspension’s articulation. This can result in reduced wheel travel, compromised off-road performance, and potential damage to the CV axles if the binding is severe.

c. Axle Shaft Length: In some lifted suspension setups, longer axle shafts may be required to accommodate the increased ride height. Longer axle shafts can help maintain proper CV axle angles and prevent excessive stress on the joints. It’s important to ensure that the correct length axle shafts are installed to maintain optimal CV axle operation.

2. Lowered Suspension:

Lowering a vehicle’s suspension, typically achieved through shorter springs, modified suspension components, or aftermarket kits, also affects CV axle angles and longevity. Here are some considerations:

a. Decreased CV Axle Angles: Lowering the suspension reduces the ride height of the vehicle, which can result in decreased CV axle angles. The reduced angles may alleviate some stress on the CV joints and boots, potentially leading to improved longevity.

b. Ground Clearance Concerns: Lowering a vehicle’s suspension may decrease ground clearance, making the CV axles more susceptible to potential impacts from road debris, speed bumps, or uneven surfaces. It’s important to consider the potential risks of reduced ground clearance and take appropriate measures to protect the CV axles, such as installing skid plates or ensuring proper alignment.

c. Suspension Geometry Adjustments: Lowering the suspension often requires adjustments to suspension geometry to maintain proper alignment. Incorrect suspension geometry can lead to increased CV axle angles, premature wear, and potential damage. It’s crucial to consult with a professional mechanic or suspension specialist to ensure proper suspension geometry adjustments are made when lowering the vehicle.

Regular Maintenance and Inspection:

Regardless of whether the suspension is lifted or lowered, it’s essential to regularly inspect and maintain the CV axles. This includes checking the CV boots for tears or damage, ensuring proper lubrication, and monitoring for any abnormal noises or vibrations during operation. Regular maintenance can help identify potential issues early and prevent further damage to the CV axles.

In summary, lifting or lowering a vehicle’s suspension can affect the angles and longevity of CV axles. Lifted suspensions can increase CV axle angles, leading to increased wear and stress, while lowered suspensions can potentially decrease angles but may present ground clearance concerns. Proper installation, alignment, and regular maintenance are crucial to mitigate the impact of suspension modifications on CV axle angles and longevity.

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Are there differences between front and rear CV axles in terms of design and function?

Yes, there are differences between front and rear CV axles in terms of design and function. Front and rear CV axles serve different purposes and operate under varying conditions within a vehicle’s drivetrain. Here’s an explanation of the differences between front and rear CV axles:

Design Differences:

Front CV Axles: Front CV axles are typically designed to accommodate a higher range of motion and steering angles. They need to withstand the forces generated during steering, as well as the vertical movement of the front suspension. Front CV axles are usually longer than rear axles and often feature a different design to allow for the articulation and flexibility required during turns and suspension movement.

Rear CV Axles: Rear CV axles, on the other hand, are generally designed to transmit torque from the differential to the rear wheels without the need for significant steering angles or vertical movement. They are typically shorter and more straightforward in design compared to front axles. Rear CV axles focus primarily on transmitting power and supporting the weight of the vehicle.

Function Differences:

Front CV Axles: Front CV axles play a critical role in transmitting power from the transmission or differential to the front wheels while accommodating steering angles and vertical suspension movement. They need to maintain a constant velocity as the wheels turn at different speeds during steering maneuvers. Front CV axles also contribute to the vehicle’s overall stability and handling.

Rear CV Axles: Rear CV axles primarily serve the purpose of transmitting torque from the differential to the rear wheels, allowing the vehicle to move forward or backward. They are responsible for delivering power to the wheels without the need for significant steering flexibility. Rear CV axles also support the weight of the vehicle and contribute to the overall stability of the rear suspension.

Overall:

While both front and rear CV axles are crucial components in a vehicle’s drivetrain, their design and function differ due to the specific demands placed on them. Front CV axles are designed to accommodate steering angles and vertical suspension movement, while rear CV axles focus on power transmission and weight support. Understanding these differences is important when it comes to maintenance, repairs, and replacement of CV axles based on their specific locations in the vehicle’s drivetrain.

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