Bevel Drive

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Bevel drives of two different early model cars. (A) and (B) are the sleeves and cases for axles and gears, (D) is the driving gear, (E) is the driving pinion, (G) is a ball bearing on (E), (H H) are universal couplings on the differential, (K) are adjustments, and (L) is a yoke of a flexible driving shaft.


Homans, James E. A Practical Illustrated Treatise on Automobiles (New York, NY: Theo. Audel & Company, 1907) 35


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