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  • n. Plural form of driveline.


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  • Some analysts believe American Axle, which makes axles and drivelines that connect a vehicle's transmission and wheels, could be the next big supplier to fall.

    U.S. Turns Focus to Health of Auto Suppliers

  • The commercial truck unit builds drivetrain systems and components including axles, drivelines and braking systems.

    ArvinMeritor to Spin Off Auto-Parts Unit

  • American Axle is the supplier of drivelines for GM's full-size pickups and sport-utility vehicles.

    GM Halts Work at More Plants

  • The agreement enables Dana to add truck and bus steer axles to its product offering in South America and effectively positions the company as the leading full-line supplier of commercial vehicle drivelines - including front and rear axles, drive shafts, and suspension components.

  • Bowes, who recently returned to the United States after spending three years in China, will now assume responsibility for the company's drivetrain systems and components, including axles, drivelines, braking and suspension systems, primarily for medium and heavy duty trucks in South America and Europe.

  • Essentially just another way of storing electricity, except that you need to carry hydrogen (which can be very expensive) and as most fuel cell cars also have hybrid drivelines there is also a battery in there somewhere. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Thanks to its surprisingly dynamic handling, powerful drivelines ranging from 140 to 200 hp and the latest hi-tech equipment, every kilometre driven in the Alhambra is a joy - especially as they don't come at the expense of outstanding efficiency.

    Top Speed

  • Engineered for use with up to a one-inch impact wrench, this tool provides the ultimate "brute strength" for disassembling drivelines. - Financial News

  • Plug-in hybrids are an attractive car type offering the user the best from both electric power and conventional drivelines: extremely low fuel consumption and CO2 levels, combined with a long range and high performance.

    Autoblog Green

  • They pointed to brightly painted loops, or cages, surrounding the drivelines, and explained how the higher visibility should make it easier for ground crew to see when something's amiss.

    The News Tribune - Tacoma - - HOMEPAGE


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