Pull-Type Clutch Transmission Installation Dimensions
- Ground Vehicle Standard
This SAE Recommended Practice documents the typical transmission interface dimensions that are used with 14-in and larger pull-type clutches.
Provide dimensional guidelines for current and future designs and thus promote interchangeability between various clutch and transmission combinations.
Due to the variety of clutches and transmissions mounted clutch housings, no standard clearance envelope can be established without imposing design restrictions. It is recommended that any specific combination be verified for clearance before incorporating in the design.
Data Sets - Support Documents
The Truck and Bus Powertrain Committee reports to the Truck and Bus Total Vehicle Steering Committee. The committee initiates, develops, reviews and approves standards, recommended practices and technical information reports related to heavy duty power trains. This includes 1) conventional energy management (diesel), alternative fuels (natural gas), mechanical energy storage (flywheels), electrical energy storage, (ultracapacitors), and pneumatic (compressed air, hydraulic hybrids); 2) power generation and conversion (diesel engines, generators, traction motors, hydraulic pumps and motors, retarders); 3) power and torque transmission (manual and automated transmissions, clutches, differentials, axles and drive shafts); 4) accessories and accessory drives; 5) any new technology that may arise that is related to heavy duty truck & bus power trains.
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