gear case

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Noun1.gear case - the shell (metal casing) in which a train of gears is sealed
casing, shell, case - the housing or outer covering of something; "the clock has a walnut case"
transmission system, transmission - the gears that transmit power from an automobile engine via the driveshaft to the live axle
transmission shaft - rotating shaft that transmits rotary motion from the engine to the differential
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The street chain has remained stretched all night, and the chain guard has seen no one pass."
The automaker is offering an optional carbon package for the bike that includes carbon fibre mudguards at the front and rear, along with the upper fairing side panels on both sides, chain guard and sprocket cover.
Other fleet features of the new model include: a theft- resistant seat; integrated protective fenders; a covered chain guard and hub cover; lightweight aluminum frame, Shimano mechanical disc brakes; front carrier basket and a customizable decal graphics package.
"Since these inspections, there have been big improvements to the system, the kitchens have been deep cleaned and disinfected, the issue of flies has been tackled, there's a new chain guard against the door and the ice machine has been cleaned and disinfected."
A chain guard ensures that her skirt does not get entangled or smeared with oil.
With no external motor, gear reducer, sprockets, chain or OSHA required chain guard, no external component maintenance is required.
Figure 3 shows an example of the heat treatment process simulation module used to predict residual stresses near the chain guard area in a cylinder head quenched in water after solution treatment.
Ethan's mother Tricia said: "It was quite nerve-racking because in the final-round race his mechanical flag went up because part of his chain guard had come off and so he wasn't able to complete that race.
Ethan's mother Tricia said: "It was quite nerve-racking because in the finalround race his mechanical flag went up because part of his chain guard had come off and so he wasn't able to complete that race.
Begin by stripping two bikes of their rear tires, crank set, seat, chain guard and rear brake caliper.
Following proper lock out/tag out procedures, the viewer is instructed to remove the chain guard and loosen the four bolts that fasten the takeup bracket to the bearing support side channels.