Front Axle

• Compact and highly rigid double-row angular ball bearings are used on the front axle. The double-row angular ball bearings and the axle hub have been integrated to ensure high rigidity, thus realizing excellent driving stability and braking stability.

• An active speed sensor, which is capable of detecting extremely low speeds, is used. The active speed sensor and the magnet type rotor are a built-in type.

• A 12-point lock nut is used and staked in order to ensure that the axle hub is properly tightened. Once removed, this nut cannot be reused.

Double-row Angular Ball Bearing

Lock Nut (12-point)

Magnet Type Rotor

Magnet Type Rotor

Lock Nut (12-point)

Axle Hub

Axle Hub

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