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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AaAaAeA AaAaAeAa Not installed correctly: When the components of the gearbox ar installed correctly or if they become loose with time then the gearbox will start to produce loud grunting noise while changing gears.
Reigning world champion Sebastien Ogier, having restarted in 55th place after retiring late last night with a gearbox problem, edged out Latvala to win the final stage, but he is still only 24th.
Together, the motor and drive combination delivers precise fan control without the need for a gearbox, even under low load or speed conditions often experienced in cooling tower applications.
So whether your car needs an annual service, an MoT or a gearbox repair, get in touch with AGS on 0191 266 5540 or call into the workshop.
Data on capacity of direct-drive turbines installed and capacity of wind turbine with expected gearbox refurbishment.
Apparently, after selling its Duke Nukem IP rights to Gearbox in 2010, 3DR sought to privately convince others that the sale never happened.
Available from this month onwards, the MINI John Cooper Works models feature an optional automatic gearbox.
Set the conditions for success before installing the tail rotor gearbox cover by inspecting the gearbox cover for missing or damaged seals.
Costing pounds 595, the automatic gearbox is available on both three- and five-door Move up
THE owners of a helicopter which ditched in the North Sea last week have grounded more aircraft after an early investigation revealed a fault in its gearbox.
German pipe extruder Ostendorf found a somewhat surprising means to that end: a new synthetic oil for its gearbox.
for square styles, while gearbox lengths measure anywhere from 1.