The Haynes Transmission and Roller Bevel Drive

1907 Scientific American  
Two of the distinctive features of the Haynes cars are illustrated herewith. These are the roller bevel drive, which replaces the usual bevel gears at the rear axle; and the use of pawls and ratchet teeth for trans mitting the power received by the master gear of the transmission to the hub of this gear, thereby al lowing it to revolve idly when not in use, as when the car is running on the high speed, for example, or when
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican01121907-28 fatcat:4n2zynbfhbfdjkww3dwr6zwkiu