Constant velocity joint (CV joint)
A constant velocity (or CV) joint is a universal joint in which the rotational speeds of both shafts remain constant, even when the joint is at an angle. They are used in front-wheel drive cars, and in some types of rear-wheel drive with independent rear suspension.
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