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162 pages

Manual Gearbox Design

Creator: Alec Stokes | Transportation - 1992

A must-have book for anyone designing manual gearboxes, based on 40 years of industrial experience.

Publisher: Elsevier

About this book
This practical guide to the methods used and problems encountered when designing gearboxes addresses a wide range of design issues, and considers various gear forms. Lubrication and maintenance aspects are covered, as are the consequences of various forms of gear failure.



534 pages

Hillier's Fundamentals of Motor Vehicle Technology

Creator: Victor Albert Walter Hillier, Peter Coombes | Transportation - 2004

The gearbox normally requires little maintenance except the checking of the oil level, checking for oil leaks (i.e. from the input and output shafts) and checking the selection of gears during a road test. Before checking the oil level, ensure that  ...

Publisher: Nelson Thornes

About this book
Book 1 is similar to previous editions of Fundamentals of motor vehicle technology, but, with updated information. Book 1 is also aligned with topics that students will have learned about in earlier stages of study. Book 2 follows on with greater depth and breadth for modern vehicle technologies and electronic based systems and is more appropriate for advanced students and for existing technicians who want to develop knowledge of the modern vehicle. Book 2 deals in some depth with diagnosis of modern vehicle systems.



184 pages

Gearbox noise and vibration, First International Conference, 9-11 April 1990, Churchill College, University of Cambridge

Creator: Institution of Mechanical Engineers (Great Britain). Aerospace Industries Division, Institution of Engineers, Australia | Technology & Engineering - 1990-01


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This is the classic 901 racing gearbox shift pattern, also called “dog leg”. Many air-cooled 911 racing cars used this shifter layout because it kept first gear away from the rest. 5th gear (or the top gear) was in line with 4th, which made it very practical on the race track, especially the Nurburgring Nordschleife and Le Mans. Racing drivers loved it because it meant the four most used gears were at hand, while first was safely stowed away with reverse. Modern stick gearboxes don’t look like this any more. The transmission in a modern sports car is different in the sense that it has more gears and the pattern is not of the dog leg type. Also, tiptronic, sequential or double-clutch systems have taken over and you even see it in race cars. This vintage gear knob is for classic air-cooled lovers, especially those who drove or raced the famous flat-six 911 auto, or simply anyone with fond memories of the old dog-leg tranny. If you have a classic car or knows someone who likes driving or racing a vintage race car, consider this unique automotive gift.
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This is the classic 901 racing gearbox shift pattern, also called “dog leg”. Many air-cooled 911 racing cars used this shifter layout because it kept first gear away from the rest. 5th gear (or the top gear) was in line with 4th, which made it very practical on the race track, especially the Nurburgring Nordschleife and Le Mans. Racing drivers loved it because it meant the four most used gears were at hand, while first was safely stowed away with reverse. Modern stick gearboxes don’t look like this any more. The transmission in a modern sports car is different in the sense that it has more gears and the pattern is not of the dog leg type. Also, tiptronic, sequential or double-clutch systems have taken over and you even see it in race cars. This vintage gear knob is for classic air-cooled lovers, especially those who drove or raced the famous flat-six 911 auto, or simply anyone with fond memories of the old dog-leg tranny. If you have a classic car or knows someone who likes driving or racing a vintage race car, consider this unique automotive gift.
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This is the classic 901 racing gearbox shift pattern, also called “dog leg”. Many air-cooled 911 racing cars used this shifter layout because it kept first gear away from the rest. 5th gear (or the top gear) was in line with 4th, which made it very practical on the race track, especially the Nurburgring Nordschleife and Le Mans. Racing drivers loved it because it meant the four most used gears were at hand, while first was safely stowed away with reverse. Modern stick gearboxes don’t look like this any more. The transmission in a modern sports car is different in the sense that it has more gears and the pattern is not of the dog leg type. Also, tiptronic, sequential or double-clutch systems have taken over and you even see it in race cars. This vintage gear knob is for classic air-cooled lovers, especially those who drove or raced the famous flat-six 911 auto, or simply anyone with fond memories of the old dog-leg tranny. If you have a classic car or knows someone who likes driving or racing a vintage race car, consider this unique automotive gift.
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