Design Desk Inc.
For most of the systems upon this site the idea is then to reduce the time involved in repair of the systems ... to streamline the function
The components upon the site then require the availability to reduce the time involved with repair... also the ease of the replacement of components then is a major issue.
In the past cars were a little more easy to deal with. Currently as a mechanic, we cant even get a wrench in ? So that's crazy actually..
Through time the pollution controls and reduction of engine compartment space made more money for the mechanic and car company but cost the consumer more in automotive repair...
We are taking a different approach. We feel like the current method is an incorrect method making engine / motor design systems hard for the common person to deal with..
Following the "Quick Change" bearing race is a component that will allow for component exchange without having to remove entire assemblies... making repair a speedy endeavour.
1. thru bore bolt holes upon both numbers 18 and 19 then 3 times about a polar array. ( also bolt hole pattern upon component junction / union mounting plates )
2. sealed bearing bearing cap
3. threaded bore hole
4. lock nut
5. cylindrical "tumbler " ( connecting hollow shaft )
6. lock washer
7. outer machined tumbler locking circular ridge
8. threaded bolt
9. inner machined tumbler locking circular ridge
10. flat washer
11. center threaded bolt
12. interference fit ( the "tumbler" is pressed into the sealed bearing )
13. sealed bearings
14. threaded bore hole
15. bearing cap locking bolt ( threaded bolt )
16. lock nut
17. lock washer
18. bolt plate
19. bolt plate
20. magnetic inlay for hall effect R.P.M. ( revolutions per minute ) sensor
* Note - the bolt plates then union mate and bolt to matching bolt plates, then connecting the assembly components, to cause contiguous drive line assemblies.