Rubber-coupled driveline

York, John
October 1997
Design News;10/6/97, Vol. 53 Issue 19, p66
Trade Publication
Presents information on torque fluctuations which are caused by reciprocating engine masses are a variation of the Playmouth Prowler driveline components. How this problem could be solved.


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