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Thank you very much , but I do not think that is the answer. Un «cardan à double joint homocinétique» is another type of constant velocity joint. I have actullay found an answer. It has been confirmed by my customer. It is actullly the name of the personn who invented this CVO and it is : Joint homocinétique Rzeppa.
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double joint homocinétique à décalage
Explanation: constant velocity joint = joint homocinétique
On parle de "cardan à DOUBLE joint homocinétique"
Katrine McMillan France Local time: 23:15 Does not meet criteria Works in field Native speaker of: French PRO pts in category: 4
Thnak you very much, but I do not think that was the right term. I have found (confirmed by the customer) Joint homocinétique Rzeppa