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The AAPEX (Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo) and SEMA Shows are the top automotive specialty products trade events in the world!
Representing the $395 billion global motor vehicle aftermarket, more than 130,000 professionals from around the globe participate in AAPEX.
Each year, AAPEX draws the industry’s brightest minds and hottest products to one place, Las Vegas.
The CHA Team looks forward to meeting you at AAPEX, Booth #531 – Sands Expo and Convention Center, Nov 1-3, 2016. We invite you to come see and learn about the latest Transmission & Differential products we will have on display!
Click here to register for the AAPEX/SEMA Show!
Click on the below image and check out our latest 2016 “Stock List”.
You’ll have options to download, print-out, and view our incredible inventory selection of ready-to-ship Transmission and Differential Products!
Don’t see what you need? Your Personal Account Representative looks forward to speaking with you!
We always welcome your call…
CHA was proud to showcase our newest and most innovative Transmission and Differential products at the 2015 PRI Show in Indianapolis.
Having been held this year on December 10-12, the Performance Racing Industry Show showcased exciting product ideas geared for the Motorsports market.
CHA’s ability to provide in-house REM Surface Finishing to our line of quality, in-stock Transmission and Differential products brought much interest to attendees, which this year numbered in excess of 55,000.
We invite you to call your Personal CHA Account Representative to learn more about the benefits of REM Surface Finishing.
Also showcased at the CHA booth was our new and in-stock Front & Rear Transfer Case Halves!
The PRI Show featured plenty of the hottest performance cars you’ll see anywhere!
The SEMA Show is the premier automotive specialty products trade event in the world. It draws the industry’s brightest minds and hottest products to one place, the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Always looking for exciting new product ideas to bring to our customers, CHA visited the SEMA Show earlier this November.
Pictured left to right:
- Sang Park – CHA Purchasing Manager
- Eunn Kim – CHA President
- Sungkyun Jung – CHA Vice President
- Ron Martinkus – CHA Marketing Manager
Using clear graphics and easy to understand explanations, this video clarifies the basics on how a typical manual transmission works. Enjoy!
This is a great video from www.learnengineering.org
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This quick introduction into the world of Manual Transmission Gearboxes is from “Geeks On Cars”.
Manual Transmission Gearbox
Manual-transmission gearboxes are the simplest types of gearboxes and involve the manual movement of a sliding gear along the gearbox’s main shaft using a shifter. The shifter is attached to a gear lever, which moves the sliding gear. When the driver engages the clutch, the sliding gear disengages from its existing position and can slide up and down the gearbox to re-engage in a higher or lower gear. Manual-transmission gearboxes contain a diagonal gear that sits beside the main gears and ensures that the sliding gear is synchronized with main gears. This synchronization allows the sliding gear to seamlessly engage with the main gears and prevents the gears from clashing with one another, which can damage the transmission. Modern gearboxes contain two sliding gears, one of which engages exclusively with the reverse main gear. This second sliding gear is constantly synchronized with the reverse main gear and allows the operator to seamlessly shift from forward to reverse.
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