The Universal Joint

Issue 2 and Volume 65.

The Universal Joint The universal joint is an indispensable portion of the modern motor apparatus. It permits shafts attached to each other to be driven at an angle in relation to one another. It enables the apparatus to be driven around sharp corners with ease. It permits shafts to be driven at almost any angle to one another, such as occur between the transmission and the rear axle, or it makes unnecessary the accurate alignment of pieces of mechanism driven by the same shaft.

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