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Used Mitsubishi Propshafts
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The Mitsubishi propshaft is a key part of an automatic vehicle’s transmission and is attached to the gearbox using a propshaft coupling. This coupling is usually a two-piece rubber doughnut shaped gaiter with metal bushings inside that connects the propshaft. The Mitsubishi propshaft can be attached to the gearbox using a variety of different fixings such as nuts and bolts or cap screws. The ends of the Mitsubishi propshaft can either be parallel or tapered - this will influence which fixing is used.
Mitsubishi propshaft failures can happen for a variety of reasons but most common is general wear to the propshaft coupling especially in rubber couplings. If the propshaft coupling becomes damaged it will cause excess play in the Mitsubishi propshaft. This play can twist the pipe.
Other causes for damage to the Mitsubishi propshaft could be road hazards denting the tube of the Mitsubishi propshaft. It’s also possible for the Mitsubishi propshaft to shear in half if it has been rubbing against another part of the vehicle possibly through incorrect installation of the Mitsubishi propshaft or nearby parts.
- It was in 1995 that Mitsubishi unveiled the world's first Gasoline Direct Injection engine. It is now the industry standard thanks to its reduced environmental impact.
- Mitsubishi didn't just break a record in 2011; they broke five in one day! In a durability test in Canada, they smashed records for the greatest distance driven in reverse on snow, the shortest braking distance on ice, the fastest vehicle slalom on ice, the fastest driven square lap, and the most vehicle figure eights on ice in two minutes.
- Mitsubishi was the first company to introduce a 4x4 to Japan. Their shares skyrocketed by almost 11.6% immediately.
- Mitsubishi is ranked as the 16th biggest manufacturer of vehicles in the world and is currently on sale in over 160 countries.
- The Mitsubishi Outlander has such good safety ratings that the company offered transport in one to mothers leaving the hospital with their newborns.