You may be thinking that all automotive repair shops are the same, that each place offers the same services for the same price, it is just a matter of how far away they are from you. We’re a perfect example of why that isn’t the case at all. As you may have gathered from our name “CVPros”, we specialize in a very important area of your car, the constant velocity joint axle. This doesn’t mean that we do not service other areas of your vehicle such as brakes, wheels, and suspensions. It just means that when it comes to CV axles, we tend to have a bit more experience with them than our competitors and for that reason, have a few more methods we can use when it comes to servicing them. This also means that we are able to repair them at a typically lower cost.
What is a CV Axle?
CV Axle stands for, yup, you guessed it, constant velocity joint axle. These are seen in front wheel drive vehicles and rear wheel drive vehicles with independent rear suspension. Their purpose is to transmit the power they receive from the transmission which receives it from the engine to the surface of the road. However they must allow for the vehicle to turn while the power is being applied. That is their real trick. Like any piece of automotive technology, there have been many different designs of the CV Axle throughout the years with one standing out amongst the rest. That CV joint is known as the Rzeppa joint, named after its creator Alfred H. Rzeppa, and is likely in the vehicle you’re driving to
Sticking to What We Know, Keeps Your Costs Low
How are we able to save our customers money when it comes to their CV axle repairs? Well, you may have noticed that we do not dive deep into engine repair, oil changes, or electrical work. Since we do not cover these aspects of the vehicle, we do not have to carry the expensive equipment necessary to repair those. One less cost for us means a lower bill for you. In the end it allows us to be a master of our trade and gives you the confidence you desire when it comes to repairs being made on your vehicle.