three-speed

three′-speed`



n.
1. a system of gears having three forward gear ratios, esp. on a bicycle.
2. a bicycle having such a system of gears.
adj.
3. having three forward gear ratios.
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The FAT-30 is a stationary shift three-speed and is ideal for extra heavy-duty on- and off-road jobs, such as specialized heavy haul, oil field, mining among many other demanding applications.
A rethink to use the scheme used in three-speed hubs might reduce the weight.
Featuring a 120-hp, Tier 4 Deutz diesel engine, the RT120 Quad's three-speed, shift-on-the fly transmission allows operators to quickly adjust to changing ground conditions, and standard rear steering gives the RT120 Quad a tighter turn radius, resulting in better jobsite maneuverability.
My first "proper" bike, drop handlebars and a three-speed, was paid for by doing a paper round, the Evening Chronicle, six nights a week and the Sunday papers that weighed a ton.
More than 100 three-speed bicycles are available for rental.
With retro three-speed turntable, tape deck, CD player and radio.
7 litre V8 engine mated to a three-speed manual transmission, has a guide price of PS85,000.
A three-speed selector switch for low, medium and high operation speeds up to 5,000 BFM on a variety of products at different temperatures
Lagarde echoed her earlier warning of a three-speed global recovery, involving those countries that are doing well (mainly the emerging markets and developing countries), those that are on the mend (including the United States, Sweden, and Switzerland), and those that still have some distance to travel (such as the Euro Area and Japan).
It is equipped with two water-cooled electric motors that are designed by Siemens, coupled with a three-speed gearbox.
Three-speed settings provide more precise control for both aspirate and dispense modes.
Hauling up to 55,000 pounds, the 250D forklift truck is powered by a Cummins QSC diesel engine and includes three-speed transmission and power steering for ease of operation.