The long hollow tube with universal joints at both ends that carries power from the transmission to the differential on front-engined rear wheel drive vehicles.
A steel rod which connects the propeller, which is outside the boat, to the inboard engine.
Drive shaft in a front-engined, rear-drive vehicle to transmit torque from the transmission to the rear axle.
Also known as drive shaft. The shaft that transmits power from the transmission to the differential in a rear-drive vehicle.
The shaft, which transmits the drive from the gearbox to the rear axle in a front-engined rear-wheel-drive car.
A term used for drive shaft.
A rotating shaft that transmits power from the engine to the propeller.
The spinning shaft from the engine to which the propeller is attached.
A propeller shaft connects a propeller to an engine. It is also the British English term for the driveshaft which connects an automobile gearbox to a rear differential. It is commonly referred to as a "prop-shaft".