Hey I am currently putting a chain drive motor on my shaft driven four wheeler and I am going to use a 90 degree gear box which used to be a steering box from an old dump truck I got. That gear box would probably work for you as well if you put a sprocket on the output side and hook the input shaft to your motor with a u-joint. Hope that helps
They have drive shafts.
Shaft, belt or chain & sprocket
No Not Really!!
Virtually all cars built before 1900 had chain drive, the engine had been mounted in the rear near the drive axles. As of 1910 most cars had the engine in the front, a drive shaft became more practical than chain drive.
a four wheeler what?
A 2003 sportster has a chain drive for the promary, firm the engine to the transmission, and a belt drive final drive. The final drive is from the transmission to the rear wheel.
Hi , it's chain drive whatever the engine has the camshaft in the basement or overhead...bye
Honest... there isn't much. I think you can drive a mini-motor(minature motocycle) on the road.
i have an 11 year old son and he drive his brothers ex-girlfriends four wheeler and i think he just has to be mature enough to drive a 4-wheeler
it really depends on which engine. some engines use chains to drive the camshaft(s), whilst others use belts. Some use belts (for the cam(s)) AND a chain to drive the oil pump
That's the class of licence you're required to have in order to drive an 18 wheeler...
Timing is done by chain with an automatic chain tensioner. The accessory drive is a belt located on the front of the engine.
it has a timing chain, which should be towards the bottom of the engine, and it has a drive belt, which is external and in the front.
The 4.3L V6 GM engine does not have a timing belt it has a chain, and it does not directly drive the distributor.
The BMW M44 engine uses a chain to drive the two overhead camshafts. You can see a good illustration at http://www.realoem.com.
The timing chain is on the front of the engine. Your drive belt tensioner pulley is bolted into the timing chain housing.
Yes you will need a motorcycle license to drive a moped in Nebraska. A motorcycle license is also needed to drive a motor scooter in Nebraska.
this engine has a belt drive timing system
1) Crank the engine. 2) Release the brakes. 3) Put in gear, and take off. 4) Stop. 5) Set brakes. 6) Kill the engine.
It is chain drive.
Yes, it has the old V engine style, camshaft is at engine block, not like the 4.0L wish has a cam over the head and timing chain at the front and the back of the engine. The 3.0L is the easiest to replace 1 small chain at front of the engine, also change the sprokets, those waer also a timing could not be perfect. Timming chain with sprkets and oil seal for the crank and chain cover gasket