gearbox

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gearbox

1. the metal casing within which a train of gears is sealed
2. this metal casing and its contents, esp in a motor vehicle

gearbox

[′gir‚bäks]
(electronics)
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com to request samples of gears, pulleys, or right angle gearboxes.
Subaru Transmission sell new, used and rebuilt Subaru standard gearboxes, transfer case parts, assemblies and transmissions with guarantee on all products.
Nowadays, modern automatic gearboxes are electronically controlled, so diagnostics is now a major part of the business.
Besides, we are here with our huge lot of strengthened or upgraded gearboxes that guarantee a truly enhanced driving experience.
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cylindrical and bevel gearboxes which have 2 / 7 steps to reduce; they send any power and any gear ratio but they have two disadvantages: large sizes and great weight.
Typical vertical extruders with in-line gearboxes have all the weight of the mechanical section on one side of the post, according to the company.
Instead of adding gears--or eliminating them entirely via a CVT--Borgmann says BMW's next-generation gearboxes will be fairly conventional.