Originally Posted by theskidkid
I hear and see so many people call it a cv driveshaft when, correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't that transfer case end called a dc joint (double cardon)? I just want to make sure i havrnt been calling the wrong joint the wrong name this whole time, thanks!
you're right AND wrong
a double cardan joint is a TYPE of CV joint... CV stands for constant velocity
there's double cardan, birfield (sp?) and I think one or two other types
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