it probably means motorcycle
SRW is Single Rear Wheel.DRW is Double Rear Wheel.
A wheel is a round device to roll a vehicle on. The wheel rotates around the axle which is fixed to the vehicle.
a four wheel vehicle is used as a dil doe
To unlock 4 wheel drive on a vehicle will depend on the type of system the vehicle has. If it has a self locking hub, there should be a switch to turn from 4 wheel drive to 2 wheel drive. Always have the vehicle stopped before doing this. If the vehicle does not have self locking hubs, the vehicle has to be shifted to 2 wheel drive after the hubs are unlocked manually.
wheel track is measurement taken from a wheel on one side of vehicle to the other side of vehicle the wheel base is the distance from the vertical centre line of the front wheel to the vertical centre line of the most rear wheel
IT depends on the vehicle. Of course it is in the front of the vehicle but is it an older 4 wheel drive,all wheel drive or a standard 2 wheel FWD.
That vehicle has a celebrity behind the wheel!
steering the wheel
It depends on the vehicle and if it actually has 4 wheel drive. Some vehicles have it on the dashboard while some have it on the floor of the vehicle
rear wheel drive
A front wheel drive vehicle is only driven with the front wheels. It will have a transmission in the front with drive lines attached. A two wheel drive vehicle is any vehicle that is only driven by two wheels. It can be a front or rear wheel vehicle. For instance. My dodge ram 1500 v6 is two wheel drive from the rear. An Oldsmobile cutlas cirea is two wheel drive but in the front. I hope this helped. Derek
Jack the vehicle up. Make sure the vehicle is on a jack stand. Remove the wheel nuts, by turning them to the left. Remove the wheel.
There are so many different bearings you would have to state year and name of vehicle to get a good answer.
probably a vehicle with one seat
On what type of vehicle?
The vehicle speed sensor is the sensor on top of the rear axle. If the vehicle has 4 wheel ABS then there will be a speed sensor on each front wheel.
try putting vehicle in neutral, then unlock hubs.then put vehicle out of 4 wheel drive
A four wheel drive vehicle can carry more passengers and cargo.
Basically the same as a front wheel drive vehicle, but in this case, the motor is in the back, so it pushes the vehicle, where as a front wheel drive pulls the vehicle. Hope i was helpful.
It's the way the transaxle is built. This is normal. If you were able to hold the right wheel still and prevent it from turning, the left would start turning instead. In a rear wheel drive vehicle, it's called a "limited slip differential." (It no doubt has a different name in a front wheel system, but serves the same purpose).