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Types of Gears & Drives

Vertical Offset Inboard

PRM 80 Left Side

PRM 80 Vertical Offset Inboard (Left Side)

Down-Angle Inboard

ZF 85 A Down Angle Gear

ZF 85A Down-Angle Inboard Gear

Coaxial (Inline) Inboard

Borg Warner Velvet Drive with Planatary Reduction Gear

Borg Warner Velvet Drive transmission with Planetary Reduction Gear

V-Drive Inboard

Borg Warner Velvet Drive with V-Drive

Borg Warner Velvet Drive with V-Drive

Borg Warner Velvet Drive with Walters V-Drive

Walters V-Drive attached directly to a Borg Warner Velvet Drive transmission.

Inboard-Outboard

2_Sterndrive_product_mini1      2_Sterndrive_product_mini2

Outboard

verado

Saildrive

VP Sail

Pod Drive

VP_IPS     VP-IPS

Surface-Piercing Drive

Surface-Drives_300w


Gear Types Flyer – Vertical Offset, Down-Angle & Coax (1pg PDF) from Seaboard Marine

 

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1912 Directory of Marine Reverse Gear Manufacturers

266362_  266363_More from www.OldMarineEngine.com

  1. Baldridge
  2. Gray
  3. Ferro
  4. Little Joe’s
  5. Johnson Marine
  6. The Navy Gear
  7. Palmer
  8. Standard
  9. Paragon
  10. Ball
  11. The Automatic
  12. Westman
  13. Oxford
  14. Wolverine
  15. Pearl
  16. Michigan Wheel Co.
  17. National Gears
  18. Gies Gears
  19. Marine Iron Works Gears
  20. The Capitol
  21. Perfection
  22. Tuttle
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Draft Resource – Comparing Marine Gears

This Twin Disc MG506 transmission is very popular model. It was the standard transmission that cummins supplied with the early 5.9L engines before the ZF/Hurth 63 series. It is on par with the ZF63 which tends to be a little noisier. They are both multi-shaft trannys in aluminum cases which usually need oil coolers with the 5.9L to keep them cool. The Borg-Warner Velvet-Drive which was the most popular transmission behind the Ford Lehman/American Marine 120/109. It is an inline (axial) shaft tranny with planetaries in a cast iron case which makes it a lot heavier, but much stronger. The Velvet-Drive CR2 version had the gear nut problem. Then some early Lehman/American engines had Paragon trannys which were ok, but seemed to require more repairing.


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#86 Deutz Diesel Fuel Systems: How to identify Deutz 912 Diesel Series Fuel Pumps and Injectors
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#104 ZF/Hurth and Borg Warner Damper Plates: Shake‚ Rattle and Roll
#105 Hurth and ZF/Hurth Marine Transmissions: Old Wine in New Bottles?
#106 ZF/Hurth Gears: A Dollar an Hour Gear
#111 Power Take-Off Clutches for Wood Chippers
#113 Prolonging the Life of Your Twin Disc or Rockford PTO
#114 Available SAE Housing Sizes‚ Available Clutch Sizes‚ Torque Capacities & Key Dimensions
#116 Curing Excessive Side Load Problems With Twin Disc and Rockford PTOs
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