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Modern car designs involve many challenges for boots. As wheel bases become larger and drive chain layouts more diversified, it increases the need for a smaller turning radius, and steeper turning angle on wheels. This in turn creates a higher working angle on the half shaft’s outboard joint.
Previously, the maximum working angle was around 45°. This is now at 50° and rising, creating challenges on boot design as it reduces the space between the shaft and housing for the boot when the joint is at its maximum angle.
Our outboard boots satisfy automakers’ requirements for higher angles, longer lifespans and greater quality & efficiency.
We produced a boot that passes the expected criteria after a customer test specification, especially at the maximum angle
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