How Does a Gear Reducer Work?

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A gearbox is responsible for transmitting energy from one mechanical device (like an engine) to another. It works by basically increasing the torque while at the same time reducing the speed. Each level of speed has a relative gear that gives a vehicle the right amount of speed and torque.
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