RE: [DMCForum] Facts for Farrar.
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RE: [DMCForum] Facts for Farrar.



>So, does that mean that theoretically, you could use a little bitty
>engine to do any amount of hauling, but it won't work in the real world
>because they don't make gears that big?
>
>Farrar

Yes a smaller engine could be used, but as with anything business and cost
related they try to maximize the realized out put in relation to their
expenditures of operation.  Gears and transmissions can be made at any size
and ratio. The concern becomes which is more feasible to build and maintain
so more goods can be moved in less time, hence profit.

Now, about getting that DMC logo on your image below...

Greg




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