Spinning Levers - How A Transmission Works (1936)

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  • The transmission in the modern motorcar -- the mechanism that makes it possible to have three forward speeds and a reverse -- is a series of levers, levers that spin.
    Producer: Handy (Jam) Organization
    Sponsor: Chevrolet Division, General Motors Corporation
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  • Keith Strang
    Keith Strang 2 ปีที่แล้ว +20146

    I wonder if these guys knew in 1936 that over the next 100 years, no one would beat them in their explanation of how a manual transmission works.

    • Goni2007
      Goni2007 22 วันที่ผ่านมา

      @thanos ks true, from mechanic to electrician lol

    • thanos ks
      thanos ks 22 วันที่ผ่านมา

      @Goni2007 its a kid still it will change a career course multiple times XD

    • Goni2007
      Goni2007 22 วันที่ผ่านมา

      @thanos ks I showed this video to a kid and now wants to be a mechanic xd

    • Goib Niu
      Goib Niu หลายเดือนก่อน

      The KISS Principle at its finest.💯

    • Greg A.
      Greg A. หลายเดือนก่อน

      Its not even in tell in my language but i understood it better than any other one

  • Tsuna
    Tsuna 3 หลายเดือนก่อน +987

    I'm starting to realise that I think the reason these old videos are so effective is that they explain everything simply from the ground up for people that wouldn't have had any idea what they were talking about unless they did.
    The transition from levers > lots of levers > gears/cogs makes a lot of sense and wasn't really a connection I made before today - I just knew the principle behind changing the gear sizes to get more or less power.

    • j Walster
      j Walster 8 วันที่ผ่านมา

      It's because most people in the 1930s had basically no access to anything. These are like the 1930s version of TH-cam. But more basic because they needed to get straight to the point.

    • Matt Lowman
      Matt Lowman หลายเดือนก่อน

      It wouldn't surprise me if part of the reason for the clarity is the likelihood these reels may have been played in an academic setting - shop classes and the like. Beyond that, I am pretty sure that they were used as marketing to some degree, meant to be shown to the average Joe. "See, look at this modern marvel of mechanics! Amazing, isn't it? Look how convenient it is, and it's so simple. I bet you really want one, huh?"
      After all, automobiles hadn't been widely available and affordable for *that* long (all things considered), and the relative newness of the industry meant that new things were being introduced and it was important to communicate these things as plainly as possible for them to be understood and leveraged as a selling feature & ways to differentiate from competitors or previous models. Not much different than 'explainer' videos for products and technologies that companies put out now-a-days in purpose... they were just smart enough to make it ultra-easy to 'get'.

    • The potato
      The potato หลายเดือนก่อน

      @Commissary well by the way he has 40 likes and you don't even have 20 it looks like half to over half of everyone disagrees with you. So you're the stupid one and there's nothing you can do about it. With that out of the way it's always important to remember the words of the smartest among us.
      "If you can't explain things simply. You don't understand it yourself."
      -Albert Einstein

    • xNefas
      xNefas หลายเดือนก่อน +8

      @Jason Bender i've studied physics in both Italy first and then the UK until 16, where i only had to study the subjects i picked for sixth form. not once in a physics lesson has a teacher told me "gears can be thought of as spinning levers".
      you can come to that conclusion by yourself if you understand torque, but that's one of the most complicated subjects of mechanics, which is why, as a way to dumb it down, the example of spinning levers is so effective.
      dumbing things down to have a more intuitive understanding of it is a good thing; you're taking a concept that someone finds difficult to understand, and you're turning it into a concept that feels like second nature.
      it isn't that people are all stupid or won't put in the effort; everyone's different and needs different examples and explanations to really understand something. quit downplaying the effort of people which are tens of times more studious than me (as an example), and yet still struggle with concepts which i got a grasp of in a few hours. everyone's trying.

    • Jason Bender
      Jason Bender หลายเดือนก่อน

      ​@Commissary . OMFG !! Dude, you do have not have any idea just how wrong you are... My life is GOING to be ruined? Ha! Shows how much you know... My life is ALREADY ruined! I am 56, my meth smoking wife left me for a dealer from the ghetto because I wasn't going to pay for her to smoke crack too, my cat just died of congestive heart failure and I'm dying of the same thing, just slower. Mocking stupid people is pretty much my only jam that have left, except for masturbation, and yesterday I broke my right hand while trying to slap a nurse.

  • Totus
    Totus 2 หลายเดือนก่อน +327

    I wish companies would still make videos like these,they explain how complicated stuff works without making you feel stupid

    • crackhead campus
      crackhead campus 7 วันที่ผ่านมา

      @Totus its a waste of time and ressources, so no its not the best system in a long run

    • j Walster
      j Walster 8 วันที่ผ่านมา

      The point was to educate in a simple and reliable way that people who knew nothing about the subject would understand. Now it's about advertising it as a product and assuming you know the basics.

    • QWERTY
      QWERTY 16 วันที่ผ่านมา

      I wish most educational and informational videos were made this way.

    • Totus
      Totus 23 วันที่ผ่านมา

      @Sekrit Dokumint isn’t it just the best system

    • Sekrit Dokumint
      Sekrit Dokumint 23 วันที่ผ่านมา +1

      They won't because then you could figure out how to fix them and not pay them absurd amounts of money for a new product because capitalism

  • peltel2222
    peltel2222 2 หลายเดือนก่อน +376

    Even though the voice over person is long passed away, he’s still teaching us! These videos are 1000 times better than modern ones. This video will still be teaching people the principles of transmissions 100 years from now. Thank you voiceover man wherever you are!

    • Trioner Expeliozias
      Trioner Expeliozias 22 วันที่ผ่านมา

      @Asoka I want you to listen to the video again. Does that sound like a woman? It's safe to assume that's a man.

    • Asoka
      Asoka 24 วันที่ผ่านมา

      Don't you think it's unfair to assume the narrator's pronoun?

    • Luis Fukumoto
      Luis Fukumoto หลายเดือนก่อน

      His voice and work still reaches us and his name is likely written somewhere where anyone can read it. I think this is the closest thing to being inmortal.

    • computethis
      computethis หลายเดือนก่อน +4

      @Jason Bender but the video isn’t about flywheels, clutch pads, clutch joints, universal joints, ect. It’s about the basic inner workings of a transmission and the principles it uses.
      Also keep in mind this was recorded around the 1930s, transmissions will have changed a lot since then. Yet the video still does an excellent job explaining how it works 90 years later.
      (Also for the record, it DID talk about the reverse gear)

    • Marek Souček
      Marek Souček หลายเดือนก่อน

      @Jason Bender man, do you realize, that this shows how gearbox works? Not shifting. It shows why you can change gears and what exactly changes in the gearbox. Plus, if you watched carefully, you could've seen that they showed changing gears without clutch... Stop trying to insult everyone, when you're dumb too. 🙃

  • James Jansson
    James Jansson 2 หลายเดือนก่อน +226

    This is a perfect example of incremental introduction of new information. Each step is not much harder than the last, but by the end you've learnt a lot.

    • Zen Draw
      Zen Draw 9 ชั่วโมงที่ผ่านมา

      you dont learn alot, you learn everything that was presented.

    • BNR_248
      BNR_248 21 วันที่ผ่านมา +1

      Exactly this.

    • GalileanInvariance
      GalileanInvariance หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      It's a cinch by the inch, but hard by the yard ... ;)

    • Jim Black
      Jim Black หลายเดือนก่อน

      let me start you off with a set of Lincoln Logs . > Then maybe a set of leggo's > or packet of seeds , some dirt and some water >>

  • whatman640
    whatman640 3 ปีที่แล้ว +34900

    Does anyone else find this stuff from the 30's like x100 times easier to understand than modern stuff?

    • Ben H
      Ben H 23 วันที่ผ่านมา

      💯

    • Cory C
      Cory C 25 วันที่ผ่านมา

      Yes

    • Ian Daniel
      Ian Daniel หลายเดือนก่อน

      yep - they were not trying to hide anything and wanted to teach the public

    • Not Picked Yet
      Not Picked Yet 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Yes I do

    • Rich Rolwing
      Rich Rolwing 3 หลายเดือนก่อน

      You sound like the guy who looked for his lost wallet near the light post just because that's where the light was...

  • Bruh Moment
    Bruh Moment หลายเดือนก่อน +33

    Its insane that in the 86 years that this instruction video has been in circulation, almost nothing has changed with the manual transmission.

    • margus kiis
      margus kiis 5 วันที่ผ่านมา

      nowadays there are synchros introduced

    • iamkeiju
      iamkeiju 20 วันที่ผ่านมา

      don't fix it if it ain't broken.

    • BNR_248
      BNR_248 21 วันที่ผ่านมา

      Just refinement, material, helical cut gears and more gears.

    • 25depleteduranium
      25depleteduranium หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      Because it's a good design that stands the test of time. Same reason why the US Military still uses the M2 .50 machine gun despite the design being nearly 100 years old.

  • Syx
    Syx หลายเดือนก่อน +16

    Very cool that this was preserved and uploaded on the internet. It's amazing to see how the technology has advanced in the past 90 years

    • paulparoma
      paulparoma หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      That was your takeaway? Technology has not advanced all that much. Basic principles remain; they've just been enhanced. Electronics have developed, but they, too, are based on principles already known then. I would say it's amazing how advanced technology was 100 years ago, not the other way around.

  • Keith Ferguson
    Keith Ferguson 3 หลายเดือนก่อน +54

    I think what makes this video so easy to understand and pertinent even to today is the fact that concepts are explained.
    We all know of the sinple machines and the lever being one is employed in our daily life. As complicated as a modern transmission is, breaking it down to simple levers of varying sizes and fulcrum points is almost mind blowing

  • PetrolHead88 UK
    PetrolHead88 UK 2 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

    Im a car fanatic and this is still areguably one of the most intuitive videos on transmission. The technology is old but still somewhat relevant. Very intresting to see how syncromesh first came about though.

  • Pokey
    Pokey ปีที่แล้ว +5140

    All my life, I never knew that gears are actually just infinite levers.

    • Cydro High
      Cydro High 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

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      Don't go into the extremes like the christians and the jews. Don't worship the prophets.
      Don't worship humans or animals. Worship the Greatest. The Creator. He is Allah.
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    • Saweng
      Saweng 5 หลายเดือนก่อน

      i completed mechanical engineering in 2014 but i come to know this fact, so damn college was ours.

    • Your killing him!
      Your killing him! 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      Didn't say infinite life span. It's an infinite lever without ever moving.

    • Kayagorzan
      Kayagorzan 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Same

    • Swetank Singh
      Swetank Singh 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Me neither!

  • Driss
    Driss 2 หลายเดือนก่อน +6

    The lack of this type of content is why i dropped out of school this was educational,entertaining and explained in the simplest way possible. an educated clear and deep man's voice also probably helps maintain focus and attention time to learn from the past I've subscribed

  • Sisir Kattempudi
    Sisir Kattempudi 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +12

    I love the explanation. It is sad to see that a lot of explanation videos are made to highlight the teacher rather than the content. The teacher, in order to come across as intelligent, uses a lot of jargon. It also works because a lot of comments under those videos praise how cool or smart the teacher is. The real teacher who cares about the learner gets out of the way of the explanation as much as possible and lets the content to shine.

  • S.E. Wagger
    S.E. Wagger 2 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

    Great stuff!!!! We still use the same method today but the complexity has increased a hundred fold. In the 1960s an Apprentice became a motor mechanic after 4 years and he knew how to fix EVERYTHING on your car. But with today's automobiles you need a specialist mechanic for the motor, the gears, the exhaust, the electrics and electronics, etc., etc. No single mechanic can fix everything on a modern car.

  • Bruuh
    Bruuh 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

    The quick and concise explanation of the evolution of a simple lever to complex gear wheels was incredible. These old videos were something else.

  • EnNombreDeLaCiencia !
    EnNombreDeLaCiencia ! ปีที่แล้ว +2302

    I’ve never seen a video that explain something so well and entertaining. We need more people from the 30’s. I’m 9 years we’ll see how it goes.

    • ERT_Chimpanzee
      ERT_Chimpanzee หลายเดือนก่อน

      @Jim Black U do that Jim.

    • Jim Black
      Jim Black หลายเดือนก่อน

      I am calling you mom and dad !! and the F B I >>

    • ERT_Chimpanzee
      ERT_Chimpanzee 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

      9 year old, who sounds smarter than most grown-ups.

    • Daniel Santiago Espinosa Cardenas
      Daniel Santiago Espinosa Cardenas 3 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Que paso con Henry men? D:

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      ghstdeath o 3 หลายเดือนก่อน

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  • Relics 275
    Relics 275 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

    Old GM infomercials just hit different. They start simple by showing a simple concept ie. a lever and tell us briefly how it works before talking about the transmission itself. It allows people who may not fully understand how something works to know how each piece works in a complex machine. I’ve seen TH-cam videos posted by mechanics and engineers taking at least 20 minutes to discuss something and still leave us confused while this add tells us everything by being simple and clear in only under 10 minutes. With everything being so complex nowadays, using simple things like a cork into a bottle or a lever moving something heavy

  • Marcin515
    Marcin515 2 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    This is just beautiful. Such a concise explanation.
    Some things were simply done better in the past. 😍

  • Logically
    Logically 3 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

    I love how easily its explained in these old videos...so much simple and to the basics...

  • Doc Lex
    Doc Lex 10 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

    perfect explanation! if things were explained like this in every sphere of life, i bet at least 70% of people could be doctors

  • Jon Las
    Jon Las ปีที่แล้ว +2023

    Almost a 100 years later, this explanation is still phenomenal. These engineers/scientist were way ahead of their times.

    • Zimmerman
      Zimmerman หลายเดือนก่อน

      No they were exactly in the right time for their thinking. How would they be ahead of their time, when the time is defined by the event happening?

    • Sebastian Kriebel
      Sebastian Kriebel 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Way ahead of their time? I think, they was right in their time und our engineers are dumb as fuck now

    • William Dodd
      William Dodd 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

      This is an unsynchronized transmission. Most today are synchronized.

    • Alpha Omega
      Alpha Omega 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

      They understood what they were doing. We are a copying and add on society now. Creation is done it seems.

    • M6E9
      M6E9 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Yes and it fascinates me...

  • FrEtBurNeR 89
    FrEtBurNeR 89 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Simply amazing video here. Not only is it highly educational and actually entertaining, but the level of video production capable in 1936 is nothing short of incredible.

  • Zachary Rollick
    Zachary Rollick 14 วันที่ผ่านมา

    Excellent and concise explanation. In ten minutes, he covered everything from the base simple machine to full functionality in an easy to digest format. This should be THE introductory film for those with zero knowledge of the subject.

  • KAsh Sres
    KAsh Sres 20 วันที่ผ่านมา

    Easily understood without a fuss. So effective. 👍🏼

  • kentlandzintoba
    kentlandzintoba 3 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    Very informative especially the synchronisation of gears thanks to clever engineering. Could they have imagined 8 speed automatic transmissions in the 30's.? Well it happened and it's here thanks once again to the quest for innovation and a better outcome.

  • M.
    M. ปีที่แล้ว +2077

    Why is it that such an old explanation is still better understandable than all modern explanations and vids??? This video you can actually see real gears being filmed without any animation! Well done.

    • YipperX5
      YipperX5 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Because science was learning at the time. So they didn't use overly complicated terms and systems. Also they were a little more forthcoming with information it seems back then.

    • jamesTBurke
      jamesTBurke หลายเดือนก่อน

      Because no one explains how things work anymore

    • Ryley Hayes
      Ryley Hayes หลายเดือนก่อน

      You should see this one about Naval Fire Control Computers - mechanical computers, not electrical. th-cam.com/video/lr1uK24SND8/w-d-xo.html
      An incredibly complex machine, broken down so almost anyone can understand how it works.

    • Ytinasniiable
      Ytinasniiable หลายเดือนก่อน

      Largely because the video assumes the viewer doesn't even have a basic understanding of levers and gear systems, where modern guides tend to assume an arbitrary level of prior knowledge so the information isn't as broken down or digestible

    • sonofwotan
      sonofwotan หลายเดือนก่อน

      When I was a kid an uncle passed away and left me a small library of old books. History, literature, philosophy, natural science, etc. I always felt it was written clearly and efficiently. Later on when I went to college, I got the impression that anything written in the last 100 years or so seemed somehow degraded, mentally foggy, and confused, like IQs had fallen or something. Same goes for movies, talk shows and political debates. Then one day I saw the movie Idiocracy and it all made sense.

  • LaVard Boyle
    LaVard Boyle หลายเดือนก่อน

    Wow, that's the best explanation i've ever heard and now i actually understand. Crazy how well they explained it.

  • Steven Smith
    Steven Smith 4 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

    This is a superb explanation. Amazing it has held up so well.

  • Richard Wilkin
    Richard Wilkin หลายเดือนก่อน

    I liked the descriptions about levers near the start. Just earlier today I was explaining leverage to my boy, when on the sea-saw he lent back further and I went closer to the fulcrum/pivot so that our weights would put a balanced force on either side.

  • MiningMikeHD
    MiningMikeHD 3 หลายเดือนก่อน

    For a video made in 1936 this is absolutely incredible. Most videos from this time period do not even come close.

  • KrattsAndCats
    KrattsAndCats หลายเดือนก่อน +2

    This is a billion times easier to understand than any modern explanation!! Love it

    • Jason Bender
      Jason Bender หลายเดือนก่อน

      Because the subject matter is 2 trillion times less complex.

  • Miguel Eduardo
    Miguel Eduardo หลายเดือนก่อน

    Its amazing how this mechanism are complicated! a regular engineer can understand this things, but to create these devices you have to be a genius

  • Share Greats
    Share Greats 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

    That was incredibly instructive! For the first time in my life I understand the tie between a simple lever and gears driving each other.

  • Pierre
    Pierre 6 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

    This is amazing!!! I’ve watched it 4 times now and I must say this is better then a LOT of modern “how it works”

    • Moody SFM
      Moody SFM 3 หลายเดือนก่อน

      I agree it's way better than modern styled!

  • Gourab Kar
    Gourab Kar ปีที่แล้ว +4024

    It's so soothing. No unnecessary music. No speedy talks. Pure knowledge of complex engineering simplified in layman terms. That's why I love Bill Hammack (The engineering guy) as well

    • Nicole Virtue
      Nicole Virtue 11 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      Also, no PowerPoint slides

    • Bable631
      Bable631 ปีที่แล้ว

      @Vandarte Translator ENG-ESP r/woooosh

    • Gourab Kar
      Gourab Kar ปีที่แล้ว

      @John Strawb exactly.

    • John Strawb
      John Strawb ปีที่แล้ว +2

      Incredible, isn't it? Today we have physics videos using jump cuts and jangly music. Even topics I understand, I can't understand when they're presented that way.

    • Me
      Me ปีที่แล้ว +4

      No soy voice, no hype, just well explained information

  • Roman L
    Roman L 24 วันที่ผ่านมา +1

    It was an epoch of real engineers, but not a managers, like today. I was surprised, how clearly and from very beginning (from lever) they explained how gear works and what for they are needed in transmission. Bravo!

  • Imperator Caesar
    Imperator Caesar หลายเดือนก่อน

    Learned more about gears/transmission in 10 minutes than I did in 22 years. Amazing

  • McRocket
    McRocket 3 หลายเดือนก่อน

    This is the best explanation - by far - that I have ever seen for a transmission (at least for me).
    And it is from 86 years ago!?!
    Thanks for posting this video.

  • Lerod Dragodog
    Lerod Dragodog หลายเดือนก่อน

    these old videos have their unique charm and literally down to earth explanation of how things work, it goes to show how we take today's technology in vehicles for granted as they have advanced so much since then but the principal is still the same! Its so easy to explain something back then compared to today where you can get so technological with today's explanation but when you simplify something that even a 5 year old could understand it makes more sense!
    that is how i explain things to people on how things work, i simplify it so they can easily understand how things work.

  • José Camacho
    José Camacho ปีที่แล้ว +2138

    After years of trying to understand manual transmision, finally almost a 100 years video explained it well
    P.S: I love how 60 MPH was a ultra fast speed

    • Phantom Corsair
      Phantom Corsair 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @Obeme more than you think, america and britian still use the imperial system in machining and tolerances. I have friends on both sides of the atlantic, all use the imperial system when machining and when refering to measurements. I have friends in Germany, the UK, Ukraine and here in the us. All can use it and will use it for say making bearing surfaces and using fasteners. 1/2, 3/4 inch and so on, quite a simple system that works well.

    • Obeme
      Obeme 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @Phantom Corsair oh, just that NO country uses it?

    • Phantom Corsair
      Phantom Corsair 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @Obeme and what is wrong with that? The imperial system is perfectly adequate for what it has to do and it has been around longer than the metric system. I use both in my work, and prefer the imperial system because it is just as easy to use and its what I am familiar with.

    • Obeme
      Obeme 2 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      I love how some ppl still use miles🤣🤣🤣🤣

    • Cydro High
      Cydro High 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Oh mankind, Surely we are created, and we were given life and we will be caused to die.
      Where did we came from? What is our purpose? Why are we on earth?
      You were created for a purpose. That purpose is to know and worship your Lord, Him alone.
      Your life is a test, The Lord of all the worlds is the Most Merciful the Most Compassionate.
      Don't go into the extremes like the christians and the jews. Don't worship the prophets.
      Don't worship humans or animals. Worship the Greatest. The Creator. He is Allah.
      Who send Prophets and Messengers to lead and teach mankind such as Noah, Abraham, Mozes, Jesus
      And last and final prophet sent to mankind Mohammed came all with the same religion.
      Follow that which we have been ordered. Don't die disbelieving. There is no return.
      Do that which is good and forbid what is evil. Don't be fooled by satan who is an open clear enemy.
      The only religion acceptable by Allah is Islam. The same religion each prophet and messenger came with.
      Submit yourself to your creator so you may become a muslim.

  • mjm
    mjm 6 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

    What a pleasant learning video. Well produced, to the point and memorable. This simplicity really needs to be brought back. Lucky for us, they didn't have any available computers, or we wouldnt see the simple mechanisms purpose built for demonstrations. They also didnt have casting issues, where someone was complaining about not being fairly represented; it focused on the workings of the transmission first and foremost. I cant tell you who was in it, or how many people they showed, but I can now explain how a transmission works!

    • Jim Black
      Jim Black หลายเดือนก่อน

      bla bla bla bla

  • Sarathi
    Sarathi 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Wow, made it so easy to understand in 1936, I kept my eyes wide open all through the movie. Worthy of praise. Smart people are always there.

  • RenanSeal
    RenanSeal 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

    This is so complex and yet so easy to understand, incredible

  • Justin Perez
    Justin Perez 2 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    Mechanics, simply explained! As it should be!

  • Abishek raina
    Abishek raina ปีที่แล้ว +4749

    2020 student: Manual transmission is too difficult to understand.
    1936 engineer: Hold my lever.

    • Matthew Steffens
      Matthew Steffens หลายเดือนก่อน

      1936 says to 2020, doth thou know what a gear even is?

    • C6 Modellsport
      C6 Modellsport ปีที่แล้ว

      @Draco Fenix Meanwhile in America all they want techs to be able to do is read a tablet and fire the parts cannon. Most shops over here won't even touch a car if it has a carb and they need to do engine work.

    • C6 Modellsport
      C6 Modellsport ปีที่แล้ว

      @Wüstenfuchs If it was that easy then the lazy shits driving today could figure out how to operate one. NEvermind how it works, simply how to use one. Best anti-theft device your car can have over here is the clutch pedal, 'cause with that pedal thieves will never figure out how to get it started much less drive it.

    • Fernando Gagliardo
      Fernando Gagliardo ปีที่แล้ว

      And will be even worse in the next coming future with the electric car reality.... will disappear everything!

    • Alt Account
      Alt Account ปีที่แล้ว

      @W33d Senpai she was worried I was gonna break it. And fair enough, if there is one place you don't wanna break down, it's the rockies. Transmission just isn't very good it being a transmission.

  • DoglinsShadow
    DoglinsShadow 5 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    Imagine if modern day topics were taught as simply and entertaining as this. Would be easy to learn so much more !!!

  • Hokunin
    Hokunin 2 หลายเดือนก่อน +9

    I love old educational movies like these. So simple and demonstrative. It expands the understanding of technology around us so well.

    • Jason Bender
      Jason Bender หลายเดือนก่อน

      @John Smith Yep. I know a lot of republican simpletons too. And libertarian, tea party, lyndon ladouche freedom party and so on.... Only a fool votes for a candidate on the basis their party affiliation. The only legitimate and intelligent way to vote is to evaluate each candidate or issue upon their merits versus the alternative's merits.

    • John Smith
      John Smith หลายเดือนก่อน

      @Jason Bender I'm a simpleton, which is why I vote democrat!

    • Jason Bender
      Jason Bender หลายเดือนก่อน

      Every person going on and on about how easy this is do understand it's just outing themselves as a simpleton who can't understand anything modern.

  • Oscar Sanz
    Oscar Sanz 4 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

    My brain smiled all through the video.
    Superbly explained! 😃

  • Army Guy
    Army Guy 10 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    Simple explanation. Interesting execution. And retro to boot awesome 😎

  • Jesus Lopez
    Jesus Lopez 3 ปีที่แล้ว +1570

    Can you imagine if the people who made this video were able to see that their creation was going to be rewatched by over a million people about 80 years later?

    • Alexander Doe
      Alexander Doe 4 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      Sure people made this video in 30s thought about that. That's why they did a good explanation. They thought we was going to be smarter...but humanity put evolution on reverse, moved back to apes)

    • C6 Modellsport
      C6 Modellsport ปีที่แล้ว

      @Zchris Eightysevenvee Nah, boomers wouldn't be born for another 15 years after this was made.

    • Suyoung Park
      Suyoung Park ปีที่แล้ว

      @Plutonius X Oh, come one, the point still stands. People back in those days in those regions had no access to projector.

    • Plutonius X
      Plutonius X ปีที่แล้ว

      @Suyoung Park Televisions? Not in 1936. This was showed via a projector as this is a film.

    • nonthere
      nonthere ปีที่แล้ว

      @Zchris Eightysevenvee No. These were pre-greatest-generation. Those were born around 1920 and came of age just in time for WWII. The silent generation was born around 1930s and got into Korea. The Boomers were 1945-1964 (i.e., baby boom after all the GIs came home from WWII. Wouldn't you be horny after that?), and went to Vietnam (blue collar) or dodged it (upper classes). The typical boomer everyone talks about is usually the latter, who were the spoiled suburb snots that gave the rest of us a bad name.

  • Joe Bundens
    Joe Bundens 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    I like how all video productions in the 30s and 40s always sounded like public service announcements. Now everything is computers on wheels. I feel people were proud to show off products and how they function back then. There are whole series of military videos made during WWII and they were highly informative on how radios work, how pistols and rifles work.

  • BndWth Beats
    BndWth Beats 4 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    "a never ending series of levers" is how it clicked for me. It amazing that this video is close to a century year old yet it is explained so well.

  • Zac Johnson
    Zac Johnson หลายเดือนก่อน

    who-ever first came up with a fully working transmission like this is an absolute genius.

  • Joerizal Sanchez
    Joerizal Sanchez 10 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    Very informative explanation for this video. Thank you for uploading this video. Great!

  • razorheadd
    razorheadd 2 ปีที่แล้ว +3239

    "the synchonizer works like a cork in a bottle", that's just brillant analogy honestly, would never thought like that. those kinds of videos are pure gold...

    • Patrick Moore
      Patrick Moore 11 หลายเดือนก่อน

      I would say that the cork is the weakest part of this one, as most people’s understanding of a cork are those used to bottle wine. It’s a different situation and generally corks aren’t used as regularly as they were in this videos day. But their excellent video demonstration helps.

    • uncovidvaxx forthestrongandbraveonly
      uncovidvaxx forthestrongandbraveonly ปีที่แล้ว

      you ever had the cork twist off?

    • JaySki
      JaySki ปีที่แล้ว

      @Mark Taylor not really if they’re wine drinkers

    • trollient
      trollient ปีที่แล้ว

      @unocualqu1era Your comment has been disliked to prove your point ;)

    • Dicky Arya
      Dicky Arya ปีที่แล้ว

      I do love how he explained it as if "come on, that's common sense"

  • Matteo Migliavacca
    Matteo Migliavacca 6 วันที่ผ่านมา

    Lesson is great, but what really stunned me is the editing of this video. I was expecting just a live video without any sort of transition. I really didn't know that many editing features already existed in 1936. Maybe it's because my country wasn't as advanced, or I didn't know enough about. Still mindblowing, for me

  • Mike Chiam
    Mike Chiam 4 วันที่ผ่านมา +1

    With all the 3d or CGI out there now. None can compare to this when it comes to explaining things as simply as it is.

  • Zach Barnhart
    Zach Barnhart 10 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

    This is great...I never realized the allure of simple physics before.

  • Justin Darnell FPV
    Justin Darnell FPV หลายเดือนก่อน

    I have watched a number of videos on transmissions and gears and levers… this one by far made the most sense!!!! It’s almost like the modern stuff wants to inform you without educating you 🤯

  • Daniel Lawson
    Daniel Lawson 2 ปีที่แล้ว +1044

    I like that they had to physically make all those models to demonstrate their principles. So much more engaging than a 3D animation for some reason.

    • Martin Mendez
      Martin Mendez ปีที่แล้ว +7

      A 3D animation, if done incorrectly, can break the laws of physics. A model has to obey them.

    • Agent9724
      Agent9724 ปีที่แล้ว

      @SlowCooker Yes but that requires already having a foundation of knowledge to work with. The original poster was referencing to those still learning the material so.

    • swistedfilms
      swistedfilms ปีที่แล้ว

      @Samuel Skala Maximum possible length that may be filled? 800,000 inches, or 12.623 miles, assuming they are laid end to end. Or any combination of 3.2 million cubic inches, or a cube about 65 feet to a side.
      I hope I get an A on the test!

    • Nitro Engine Hoarder
      Nitro Engine Hoarder ปีที่แล้ว +3

      @Engineer
      I know thats basically a joke about my user/channel name, but I will explain anyway:
      I just like them, and they are getting rarer and rarer since almost everyone is moving to electric. There are only a few manufactures left out of the dozens there once where.
      "Large" scale I can only think of OS and Saito being left, both of them continually reducing their "nitro" portfolio and moving to petrol engines.
      Enya and Laser are still doing limited production runs for enthusiasts. Also there is Yamada with the high performance four-strokes.
      The whole complex of Magnum, ASP, SC and all the manufactures "house brands", which were all made by Sanye in China, is gone.
      But it's nowhere near the volume they once where, and I like them. So I grab them as long as I still can. The old ones from the 70s-90s tend to be of better manufacturing quality, too.

    • Engineer
      Engineer ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @Nitro Engine Hoarder
      But why do you Hoard Nitro Engines, bro?

  • Nnamonso Dickson
    Nnamonso Dickson 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

    How the tutorial starts from basic explanation to advance explanation beats my imagination. Good job!

  • Australian Truck Spotting
    Australian Truck Spotting 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

    These ancient videos are still as relevant now as when they were made. The basic fundamentals haven’t changed, and usually they are very clear and easy to understand.

  • TK Skagen
    TK Skagen 5 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Great video explaining the properties of a Transmission!
    An "explanation" of HOw the "Automatic Transmission" works would make some great content. ..

  • Kevin Watts
    Kevin Watts หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    This is the most clearly explained how shifting gears works I have ever seen. Bravo Chevy lol.

  • Andy Jamieson
    Andy Jamieson 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Amazing, it feels so good to finally understand something I use everyday.

  • LENN GAMER 1337
    LENN GAMER 1337 2 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    I didn't know how a transmission works until now, thanks a lot!

  • wells
    wells 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

    not only did this teach me how a transmission actually works but it also taught me what engine braking is

  • Peter Baxter
    Peter Baxter 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Fascinating stuff very well explained. 5 stars.

  • US
    US 2 ปีที่แล้ว +1845

    02:10
    Always knew about gear ratios.
    But thinking of them as a never ending series of levers never crossed my mind.

    • gotenks42
      gotenks42 ปีที่แล้ว

      I learned how differentials and AWD work the same way. An old 1930's video.

    • yearginclarke
      yearginclarke ปีที่แล้ว +3

      I never would have thought of it that way until watching this. Very good way of explaining it.

    • Karvast
      Karvast ปีที่แล้ว +2

      Same i never looked at it from this perspective

    • TimeHunter
      TimeHunter 2 ปีที่แล้ว +4

      I studied automotive engineering and only just really thought of them that way.

    • David Davids
      David Davids 2 ปีที่แล้ว +15

      yup. a (larger) wheel/gear driven by a smaller one is a (continuous) rotary Lever !!! the larger the radius of the driven wheel THE BETTER. because the result is MA that is Inherent, in a 'larger-radius' wheel. MA is mechanical advantage; lever arm. (these are some of the reasons why the radii of wind turbine rotors Never get smaller.) it can be SEEN that it is Simple/easy to convert reduction-MA to Inherent MA. this is the WELL-understood principle of converting 'high rotation rate to torque'. thanks to some ancient dude, humans have developed a GIANT blindspot, regarding the existence of a transient/intermediate, potential energy GAIN in the transform. if interested, see my research. cheers googletranslate

  • Danny Jacobs
    Danny Jacobs 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

    To come up with (invent) something like this 100 years ago is pure genius!

  • The GoonSquad
    The GoonSquad หลายเดือนก่อน

    Just seeing a How it works video from the 30s is mind blowing to me. Just basic things… but at the same time just as relevant as the technology used today.

  • Mark Dyson
    Mark Dyson 2 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

    I've watched this video about 4 times now, and I can't seem to wrap my head around that speed cork-in-bottle clutch thing. I wish they dived a bit deeper in how it worked. Besides that, I love this explanation so much.

    • Noname
      Noname หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      Clutches are considered disposable and a part expected to wear out because they operate using friction. The other comment is a good explanation of how it works but I thought it prudent to add this to it.
      A clutch is basically a part designed to wear out over time sitting between two parts you should never have to replace. When people speak of "burning up" a clutch they're talking about it wearing prematurely. Usually as the result of an operator that rests his foot on the clutch pedal at all times. Thus causing the clutch to be partially engaged at all times. Since constant friction is a great source of generating heat it isn't long before all you're left with is a funny smell and no more clutch material.
      Cork is a good example material. Rubber or any other soft material would also be a good example of explaining how the clutch works. Think about it like this. Imagine you have a gear made of something soft like cork. It connects two other gears made of a harder material like metal. It is partially engaging both metal gears and sacrificing itself anytime the two metal gears are not in sync. When engaged it's always between the two metal gears and when disengaged it's tucked somewhere out of the way and not involved in delivering power at all. Hence the video's "cork in a bottle neck" example. Our cork gear can freely slide between and out of the way of our 2 metal gears whenever we want. We can control how much or little it's engaging with the metal gears.
      Let's suppose your two metal gears are not in sync. Gear #1 is spinning at 8,000rpm while Gear #2 is spinning at 2,000rpm. You want to match the speed between both metal gears before attempting to fully engage them. We can not force them together because they're too far out of sync. If there was no clutch you'd be forced to slow Gear #1 down to 2,000rpm before engaging with Gear #2.
      With the clutch we get another option: We can slowly bring the speed of Gear #2 up to 8,000rpm through partial engagement via the cork's friction. A little bit of cork will be sacrificed and lost to friction every time we do it. Once Gear #1 and Gear #2 are both spinning at 8,000rpm our cork gear is disengaged. It gets out of the way of the two metal gears allowing them to fully mesh up and spin at the same rpm. Our soft cork gear is tucked somewhere out of the way until it's needed again. Giving it a chance to cool down and saving the precious soft material for the next time our metal gears are out of sync with each other. Or if we feel the need to do other fun things like engine braking or upsetting the balance so we can deliver tofu faster.
      Also I should point out that those rpm numbers are just examples. IRL what would happen is Gear #1 would drop from 8,000rpm to about 6,000rpm while Gear #2 was coming up to speed. When both gears were at about 6,000rpm they would engage with each other because they were now in sync. Gear #1 is being robbed of power by the clutch's friction and bring Gear #2 up to speed. Gear #2 would be spinning freely in this example and not generating any power on it's own. At any rate both gears would meet somewhere in the middle, sync/engage then the clutch would get out of the way.
      "Floating" gears is simply matching engine speed to wheel speed (Gear #1 to Gear #2) and engaging the gears together without use of a clutch. In a lot of professional driving jobs (racing and trucking) the clutch is only really used for starting from a stand still. It's easier and faster to match engine and wheel speed manually. The smoothest possible/optimal shift point is always when both of these things are in sync. There are other benefits as well. Left foot braking for example.
      Just think of the clutch as an oddly shaped gear made out of softer material than all the others. I feel like I've rambled on too much. If you still don't understand it and I suggest learning how motorcycle/ATV/small engine transmissions work. They are easier to wrap your mind around than automotive transmissions.

    • staggerbag
      staggerbag 2 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      It's the increasing friction due to the cone shape of the cork. When you just barely put the cork into the bottle, it very easily spins because there is little friction between it and the neck of the bottle. When you start putting the cork deeper inside, you're going down that cone shape and increasing the diameter of the cork that touches the neck of the bottle. In essence, you're reducing the air gap between the surface of the cork and the neck of the bottle and by doing so, you're increasing the friction. You do this until the friction is so high that you can't freely move the cork.
      The same thing happens with the synchromesh mechanism. You can see the synchronizer at 7:40 also has a cone shape, the circumference of the left side is bigger than the circumference of the right side. Initially the 2 gears/shafts are spinning at different rates but when you move the synchronizer from one gear into the other gear, you are gradually pushing that cone into a tighter gap and increasing the friction between them, until the friction is high enough that they are basically "locked" together and spinning at the same rate. This gradual increase in friction is what lets you change the gears more smoothly.

  • ヒノニル
    ヒノニル 4 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    Presentation and animation so good I did a standing ovation in my room.

  • Yung Houn
    Yung Houn ปีที่แล้ว +3287

    This form of education is arguably one of the most effective means to convey complicated topics.
    1. Present problem
    2. Break up problem into smaller pieces
    3. Solve one at a time
    4. Combine solutions.

    • iop2319 :p
      iop2319 :p หลายเดือนก่อน

      its a ad designed to spoonfeed information to the general population ofc its going to be easier to understand

    • Diego Corredor
      Diego Corredor 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Galileo

    • Frankie Bleddyn
      Frankie Bleddyn 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

      That is true, but where is the complicated topic? I am two minutes in and....zzzzzzzzz

    • J.J McQuade
      J.J McQuade 2 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      The woke Socialist teachers who've never worked a day in the private sector have ruined society. How can you teach something if you have zero experience in it, other than reading books?

    • mcgeoch019
      mcgeoch019 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @fightinandirish you ok kle

  • Chad Lee Thymes
    Chad Lee Thymes 6 หลายเดือนก่อน

    That was amazing. I’ve always wondered how a transmission worked.

  • Yusuke Shirai
    Yusuke Shirai 3 หลายเดือนก่อน

    This video is still very useful for mechanical engineer even now, and for FX investor.

  • John Donaldson
    John Donaldson 2 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    When I drive my manual, I always use the right gear for downhill...its fun watching everyone in an automatic sitting on their brakes

  • William Davis
    William Davis 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

    I’ve learned more about how a transmission works from this video older than me, than I have from any modern video

  • Marvin
    Marvin ปีที่แล้ว +622

    We take little additions to the film like the arrows at 5:22 for granted since it's so easy to add them via computers today. But even those little arrows certainly took a fair amount of time and labor spent splicing film, all for a little visual aid. Great film.

    • Marvin
      Marvin หลายเดือนก่อน

      @Renato Cipriani I'm aware, you misunderstood what I said lol

    • Renato Cipriani
      Renato Cipriani หลายเดือนก่อน

      Those arrows hadmande dude

    • Desincarnage
      Desincarnage 2 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      They were probably either rotoscoped in or double-exposed with frame-by-frame animation. In both case this is very labor-intensive, as it required manually altering and splicing as many film frames as there are seconds elapsed times 24.

    • Employee Of The Month
      Employee Of The Month 2 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

      *Fun Fact* : Those arrows were drawn by Walt Disney himself.
      Just Kidding. 😇

    • Hyakin
      Hyakin 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Well this was already filmed on film and these arrows were painted by hand onto the film later nothing special back then too but took a bit more work

  • Lord Kiyo
    Lord Kiyo 6 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Holly cow! It's crazy to see how easy it is to understand things with these old videos. I seen a few of them and dang they are really good at teaching.

  • Tawer Mohammed
    Tawer Mohammed 5 หลายเดือนก่อน

    I don't know if I should laugh or cry... I have watched so many videos trying to understand how a transmission works but every one of them made it look like it's rocket science, but this hundred years old video had the most down to earth explanation I have ever heard... Now I only need to know how engines work.

  • Jordan Urbani
    Jordan Urbani 5 หลายเดือนก่อน

    I guess these things were new and just being developed and explained in a simple way. Super cool

  • The Battle Rabbit
    The Battle Rabbit วันที่ผ่านมา

    Am I the only one who marvels at the effects they had in the 1930s? It's all practical effects and hand animation. Oh, and they explain things intelligently, unlike most things today.

  • JaggySMF
    JaggySMF ปีที่แล้ว +3220

    "Are those videos from 6 years ago really helping?" No, but the ones from 84 years ago are.

    • MrcabooseVG
      MrcabooseVG ปีที่แล้ว

      Modern gearboxes are a lot more complex than these, even a normal manual box isn't as simple as this

    • _Mr.Boss_
      _Mr.Boss_ ปีที่แล้ว

      Idk why but the older videos explain the basics and even the more complicated stuff way better

    • Lemmy The Bulldog
      Lemmy The Bulldog ปีที่แล้ว

      Because unlike the average modern day textbook or safety video for driving
      The people behind the modern all decided that they’ll add unnecessary and elongated prefixes and words to ones that are already easy to understand and make them harder just to sound more important than what they really are. I actually hear a lot of these euphemisms all the time
      I’ll say Stick shift and someone will correct me by saying No that’s a Torque-Transfer lever. Stick shift it’s easier to say why all the unnecessary language

    • Worm-revolver
      Worm-revolver ปีที่แล้ว

      @deezel_fairy it's more that these types of things have become so specialized that most people don't understand them. These older manuals and videos were designed for the layman back when education wasn't readily available or common. There were even PSA's made by the US army around this time that told people they needed to wash with soap because many of their soldiers didn't. So it's not that the artform of making these things has been lost, it's just that the technology discussed is so much more advanced now, and information is easily obtained now, that they don't expect someone to watch the video, or read the manual, unless they already have some sort of prior knowledge or education in the subject. It kind of sucks, but are you gonna spend money on making a video for everyone to understand and maybe not get the whole point across and take up time, or make it for the people with an education in the subject who need all the info in the shortest time possible? I know which choice a company will make.

    • JohnyCakes
      JohnyCakes ปีที่แล้ว

      I get bogged down by asinine terminology. Someone telling me to memorize what this list of words mean doesnt help when you havent shown me shit. Show me the concept simplified then tell me what the words are.

  • Bars Cool
    Bars Cool 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    То чувство, когда понятно без слов. Смотрел на работе без звука. Спасибо за видео 😊 Привет из России

  • Kosherre
    Kosherre 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

    The only thing I could get was how the synchronizer functioned in the automobile's example, but the fact that everything else made sense to me is nothing short of astonishing.
    What a well-made educational clip from the past.

  • kuhataparunks
    kuhataparunks 15 วันที่ผ่านมา

    I’ve watched maybe 30 modern newer videos on manuals, which make me more confused. This is so clear I now have a real understanding of transmissions. Thanks to the makers, even if Al,ost a century later

  • Fred
    Fred 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

    The gears as rotating levers...never thought of it like that, but obvious now! Brilliant!
    Just shows that the craft of teaching is a skill and does not require 3D rendering....

  • bbbf09
    bbbf09 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

    A good explanation. Of course if automobile history had been rewritten staring 30 years previous to this then we wouldnt have need for transmission gears. Electric motors don't need them.

  • dave williamson
    dave williamson 8 หลายเดือนก่อน

    so very well made, pity they can't make stuff like this now

  • Captain
    Captain 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Amazingly, the combustion engine stayed pert near the same for the next 100 years.

  • Scarbo 22
    Scarbo 22 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Awesome explanation. Now if we could just get car manufacturers to make manual transmissions again.

  • ibrahim öztürk
    ibrahim öztürk 2 ปีที่แล้ว +1572

    That gave me a brand new perspective that I have never thought: "every gear is a set of leverages" just wow

    • Ashish Bhatt
      Ashish Bhatt 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      I used to think paddle wheel as a wheel, never understood how this was possible. After imagine them as just series of levers, i can easily understand it.
      It took me 10 years!

    • A Red Motorcycle
      A Red Motorcycle 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      @Victor Murat Whooosh.

    • CoDisafishy
      CoDisafishy 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      @Patrick G Thank you sir for actually reading.

    • CoDisafishy
      CoDisafishy 2 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      ​@X X I didn't realize that was a quote from a movie... Thought you were just trying to start another argument haha.

    • X X
      X X 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      ​@CoDisafishy Never underestimate what a little leverage can do, rat-brain

  • Robert Deloyd
    Robert Deloyd 3 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    Now I understand this gear thing... This video made it very plain and simple to comprehend using Archimede's lever at the beginning!

  • holohulolo
    holohulolo 4 หลายเดือนก่อน

    They should use this to teach driving. Especially those demo props with the exposed transmission. It really helps learning when you know whata going on when doing what. I remember learning to drive manual the first time and was just so confused, to my understanding I just had to feel it or with practice you eventually get the hang of it. Something so visual can really help you understand it better and have more confident in what you are doing as you are learning.

  • mm88deathmatch
    mm88deathmatch 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    Watching this after my machine design and vehicle dynamics finals 😂 this video does a great job of explaining

  • Raico68
    Raico68 3 หลายเดือนก่อน

    2:00 amazing how they made that without CGI, the power of fisically cutting every individual frame of the film is crazy.

  • gabe
    gabe หลายเดือนก่อน

    This was great 👍.
    Seeing what is going on in the transmission gives some understanding.
    Thanks

  • ROBERT IHLE
    ROBERT IHLE 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Some of the best films on learning how to fly an airplane I have ever seen comes from ww2 military training films . Just like this film they made complicated , easy to understand .

  • Raymond Garafano
    Raymond Garafano 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

    It seems the clutch sleeve is linked to the load shaft that turns rear wheel, it can't spin over the shaft but must turn with it and is able to slide back and forth, thus making the right shaft to the wheel as 'powered.' Since that first gear on driven shaft at 3:30 spins over the shaft, the only way it can get things to happen is that the clutch
    sleeve is engaged in it, now that gear is turning and has power and
    since it is linked to clutch sleeve which is keyed to the shaft, the shaft
    is powered. in 3rd gear the clutch sleeve is allowed to slip to the left
    and directly into gear on the engine shaft. making a 1 to 1 coupling
    with no increase or decrease of torque. I am not a wrencher but it
    seems that once clutch sleeve gears meshed with countershaft there would have to be a keyed or spleened shaft to the clutch sleeve.