Category:Hypoid bevel gears

Bevel gears, where the axes of the two gears do not pass through each other. This requires teeth of a curved or hypoid form.

They are typically used for the final drive gears of cars, as they allow a lower propshaft line relative to the axle.

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Last modified on 13 January 2010, at 14:07