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99943410011 Radwell Warner Electric Not Provided MAGNUM 340 BRAKE DISC / A.C.W.
H800023 Radwell Reliance Electric Not Provided DINGS BRAKE DISC (3PC. MIN)
99945010001 Radwell Warner Electric Not Provided BRAKE DISC MAGNUM 500
99945010002 Radwell Warner Electric Not Provided 500 MAGNUM BRAKE DISC H-S
6107321A Radwell Reliance Electric Not Provided BRAKE DISC 4 PC MIN BUY
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  • Electric clutches on the go
    The standard mobile clutch has two flux paths, called a double flux, or a four-pole design. Although many design engineers equate electric clutches and brakes with industrial applications, they also have a variety of uses in mobile applications. The electromechanical clutches' simple operation
  • The Basics of Electromagnetic Clutches and Brakes
    combines strength with magnetic properties. Copper wire forms the coil, although sometimes aluminum is used. A bobbin or epoxy adhesive holds the coil in the shell. Activating the unit's electric circuit energizes the coil. The current running through the coil generates a magnetic field. When magnetic flux
  • Wild horses
    , high-horsepower concept vehicles. At least for the near future, it seems, vehicles that can lay rubber will remain part of American culture. To be fair, Toyota announced that electric/gasoline-hybrid technology will show up on its Lexus RX 330 SUV around 2005. The company also premiered the Fine-S fuel-cell
  • 2008 Saturn Vue Green Line Hybrid
    GM showcased its front-wheel-drive, two-mode hybrid technology in its 2008 Saturn Vue Green Line. The SUV contains two electric motors, a gas engine, and four fixed-ratio planet gears. One motor usually acts as a generator to keep the nickel-metalhydride battery pack charged. But under load

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