gear case

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gear case

[′gir ‚kās]
(mechanical engineering)
An enclosure, usually filled with lubricating fluid, in which gears operate.
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These are compared to the Gaussian chain case (i.e., with no excluded volume v = 0.5).
The chain case housing is designed as part of the support structure for the wheel which allows all driveline parts--driveshaft, chains and bearings--to be accessible for service without requiring the removal of attachments.
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The chain case housing is designed as part of the support structure for the wheel which allows all drive line parts--drive shafts, chains, bearings--to be accessible for service without requiring the removal of attachments.
* Chain case is virtually maintenance free, protected axle seals don't need greasing
Other technology used on the new engine include piston oil jets to suppress engine knock with the 10.5:1 compression ratio, aluminum rocker arms, cracked connecting rods, a narrow cam chain, an oil pump integrated into the cam chain case, and plastic valve covers.
Each chain features a separate chain case and is connected to a larger sprocket which drives a short axle to power the wheels on the machine.
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Jeremy was shocked to rediscover the initials he had scratched on the inside of the chain case cover as a 17-year-old after he had to replace the clutch.
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