transaxle


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trans·ax·le

 (trăns-ăk′səl, trănz-)
n.
An automotive part that combines the transmission and the differential and is used especially on vehicles with front-wheel drive.

transaxle

(trænzˈæksəl)
n
(Automotive Engineering) a unit in a motor vehicle engine that combines the differential, transmission, and drive axle

trans•ax•le

(trænsˈæk səl, trænz-)

n.
a unit combining the transmission and differential of a motor vehicle and connected directly to the axles of the driving wheels.
[1955–60; trans (mission) + axle]
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It incorporates a transaxle for stable travel over uneven surfaces, a 24-volt DC, 400-watt motor for push/pull operation, and a fully programmable control system with diagnostics that adjust speed and acceleration (or deceleration) based on load and environment.
Transaxle Manufacturing of America, a United States-based manufacturer of custom-designed transaxles for vehicles used in a wide range of applications in the compact utility tractor and recreational markets, has recognised Schaeffler, a global integrated automotive and industrial supplier, with the supplier recognition award.
Specifically, mechanical and electrical losses were dramatically reduced for the transaxle, motor, and PCU.
Mike found a rear-end transaxle for a mid-1960s John Deere 110 lawn tractor on an online auction.
But these small tractors were built just like larger farm tractors with heavy cast-iron housings for the transaxle, transmission(s), clutch housing and engine block that, when bolted together, created a virtually indestructible chassis.
OWS Auto Parts and TransAxle Middle East are looking to popularise the process of remanufacturing in the Middle East.
6-liter V6 engine and an Albins transaxle in the T1 class.
Features include a rubber-mounted transaxle for decreased vibration, wide-view mast for a clearer sightline to the forks, a rugged steer axle for durability, hydrostatic steering for easy maneuvering, and a simplified oil and filter change system for easy maintenance, inspection and repairs.
A drive gear in the hydrostatic transaxle can fail, causing brake failure; no incidents have been reported.
8-litre twin-turbo V6 engine, adopted directly from Nissan's flagship supercar, while the boot floor hides the GT-R's six-speed transaxle, with the front and rear ends joined by a modified GT-R 4WD driveline and prop shaft.
It also gets the GT-R six-speed transaxle and four-wheel-drive system a using a modified GT-R driveline and prop-shaft.
8-litre twin-turbo V6 engine adopted directly from Nissan's flagship supercar, while the boot floor hides the GT-R's six-speed transaxle, with the front and rear ends joined by a modified GT-R four-wheel-drive driveline and prop shaft.

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