gear case

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  • noun

Synonyms for gear case

the shell (metal casing) in which a train of gears is sealed

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The chain case housing is designed as part of the support structure for the wheel which allows all drive line parts--drive shafts, chains, bearings--to be accessible for service without requiring the removal of attachments.
Chain case is virtually maintenance free, protected axle seals don't need greasing
5:1 compression ratio, aluminum rocker arms, cracked connecting rods, a narrow cam chain, an oil pump integrated into the cam chain case, and plastic valve covers.
We will provide an answer to this question with a supply chain case study.
A third award goes to Paul Peabody and Mary Tobin for the Oracle supply chain case history last month.
Jeremy was shocked to rediscover the initials he had scratched on the inside of the chain case cover as a 17-year-old after he had to replace the clutch.
So while some around me in the queues in Cardiff were moaning and groaning because of the wait, and also because it was raining, the academic in me came racing to the surface and I thought (albeit perhaps also very sadly): "What a logistics and supply chain case study this is.
An important new feature," Alexander continued, "is that the chain case housing is designed as part of the support structure for the wheel which allows all drive line parts--drive shafts, chains, bearings--to be accessible for service without requiring the removal of attachments.
Produced at BorgWarner Morse TEC Europe's facility in Arcore, Italy, the timing system module features integrated plastic guides with an aluminum chain case, integrated water pump housing, and preassembled timing chain subcomponents.