chain drive

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  • Info Chain drive is a way of transmitting mechanical power from one place to another. more...
  • The engine was located under the front seat and the drive was through a chain drive.
  • The unit then ran a chain drive back to the rear wheel.
  • This year also saw the move from chain drive to shaft-drive for this model.
  • The whole was driven by a chain drive and a maximum speed of twelve miles per hour was reached.
  • A short chain connected the pedal drive to the main engine-chain drive system.
  • These later examples could be had with rear chain drive (instead of belt drive).
  • It had a two-speed transmission with final chain drive.
  • Parry-Thomas was later killed in an attempt on the land speed record when a chain drive broke.
  • Some of those directly drove the propeller, others employed a chain drive.
  • Later models had chain drives inside the trucks that served the same purpose.
  • The original chain drive was also replaced with a hydraulic drive.
  • Their experience with these machines had indicated a strong preference for chain drive.
  • Drive was to the rear wheel via a two speed gearbox and chain drive.
  • Chain drive was a popular power transmission system from the earliest days of the automobile.
  • This is then coupled to a chain drive to direct power to the rear wheel.
  • The engine was mounted behind the driver with chain drive to the back axle.
  • Chain drive was dominant over the drive shaft, and closed bodies were extremely rare.
  • The engines of the new cars had a single camshaft drive in place of the earlier two-stage chain drive.
  • It was the fourth car built and was to be the only Bugatti with chain drive.
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