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drive belt

Line breaks: drive belt

Definition of drive belt in English:

noun

A belt that transmits drive from a motor, engine, or line shaft to a moving part or machine tool.
Example sentences
  • The K950 Active has an enclosed drive belt to protect the transmission in the cutting arm from dust and moisture, and a completely new blade guard with rubber bearings.
  • It allows faster engine warm-up, circulates coolant to provide heat to the cabin when the engine is off, and eliminates the need for an external drive belt, making the engine shorter.
  • You see, cracking, burning, splitting, abrasions, or fraying of your Mazda drive belt could lead to engine failure.

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