Gearbox main drive retainer

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Gear box main drive retainer (known as Chillam in India) is a device used to retain a shaft inside the gearbox. The shaft which it holds is the main Torque transmission shaft and supplies power to move the vehicle.

Main Drive Retainer.

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A straight pipe connected to a hub which is hollow from underneath and also has various holes for bolting arrangement which are used to fix it with gear box.

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