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POWER FLOW

Auxiliary Section Power Flow: LOW RANGE (All Models)

  • 7.

    The auxiliary drive gear splits torque between the two auxiliary countershaft drive gears.

  • 8.

    Torque is delivered along both countershaft to "engaged" low range gear on range mainshaft or output shaft.

  • 9.

    Torque is transferred to range mainshaft or out- put shaft through sliding clutch.

  • 10.

    Torque is delivered to driveline as LOW RANGE 1st.

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Figure 2.

LOW RANGE POWER FLOW (9-Speed Model Shown.)

Auxiliary Section Power Flow: HIGH RANGE (All Models)

7. The auxiliary drive gear transfers torque directly to the range mainshaft or output shaft through "engaged" sliding clutch.

8. Torque is delivered through range mainshaft and/ or output shaft to driveline as HIGH RANGE 5th. 5th direct with 13-speed models.

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Figure 3.

HIGH RANGE POWER FLOW (9-Speed Model Shown.)

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