Passenger Cars


Steering Shafts

The steering shaft is a two or more piece of component located inside the steering column. It is supported at the top and the bottom of the steering column by bearings. The steering column housing may also contain gear shift components. In normal road cars, the steering column is used to mount several accessories.

Axle Shaft

Axles are rods or shafts that is connected to the drive wheels. The main purpose of axles is to transfer power from the transmission to the wheels. As the axle turns, the wheels starts moving. Without a proper functioning axle, wheels stop and many lead to dire consequences.

Trunk Hinge

A hinge is a mechanical bearing that connects two solid objects, typically allowing only a limited angle of rotation between them. Two objects connected by an ideal hinge rotate relative to each other about a fixed axis of rotation: all other translations or rotations being prevented, and thus a hinge has one degree of freedom.

Hood Hinge

Hoods are fastened to the body structure either near the windshield firewall or at the very front - using hinges and brackets designed to pivot and support the weight of the hood fully once it's opened. When hinges are properly secured, aligned, and doing its job, a hood will open smoothly and easily, then stay raised at exactly the point one leaves it.

Piston Rod

Inside each cylinder is a piston that slides up and down, and as it does so, it turns a crankshaft that's attached to a gearbox, which in turn powers the car's wheels. The cylinders are also equipped with valves that let in air and fuel, and allow exhaust to escape.

Air Cleaner Mounting Bracket

Air cleaner Mounting Brackets is used to hold Air Cleaner to properly perform its function of reducing wear and extending engine life, and move the air cleaner resonance points away from the engine or vehicle.

Oil Pan

When an engine is not running or at rest, oil pans collects the oil as it flows down from the sides of the crankcase. In other words, oil pans that are mounted at the bottom of the crankcase serves as an oil reservoir. The oil pan is attached to the bottom of the engine with bolts and is the reservoir for oil that gets pumped throughout the engine to lubricate, clean and cool moving parts. A pump forces the oil from the pan through a filter to remove dirt and other debris before it circulates through the engine.