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clutching or disengagement

Spanish translation: embrague o desembrague


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English term or phrase:clutching or disengagement
Spanish translation:embrague o desembrague
Entered by: David Cahill
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11:06 Feb 17, 2007
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Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering
English term or phrase: clutching or disengagement
frase completa:
"Override clutching or disengagement is made by using a cylindrical pin, that makes a rigid connection between the actuator stem and the manual override sleeve"
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embrague o desembrague
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4 +4embrague o desembrague
David Cahill



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embrague o desembrague


David Cahill
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agree  Carmen Schultz
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agree  Egmont
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agree  hecdan
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agree  Elena Carbonell: eso es
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