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R&D Drive Plate | 10 Teeth Spline | PRM | 292.1mm Diameter

Part No. RND-45AN61

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Brand R&D Marine
Country of Origin United Kingdom
Element High Deflection
Gearbox Model PRM 100, PRM 101, PRM 140, PRM 160, PRM 260, PRM 280
Suitability PRM Gearboxes: 100, 101, 140, 160, 260 & 280.
Gearbox Spline 10 teeth SAE 1" x 10T (25.4mm diameter)
Diameter OD: 292.1mm (11.5")
Torque 270 Nm, 200 lbft
Bolt Hole PCD (Pitch Circle Diameter) 12 x 8.1mm on 273mm (10.75") PCD.
Number of Fixing Holes 12
Thickness Maximum: 35mm (1.38")
Replaces R&D 45AC61

45AN61 R & D Marine PRM Gearbox Damper Drive Plate (was 45AC61)

Fitted between the engine and the PRM gearbox input shaft, a damper drive plate is designed to transmit the engine power to the gearbox, whilst reducing transmitted gear noise and providing a cushioned drive when selecting gear. All R and D Damper Drive plates include a 'failsafe' design.

Also called the Driven Plate, Damper Plate, Gearbox Drive Plate or Clutch Plate, the 45AN61 Damper Drive Plate is from the R and D High Deflection element range. Common applications for the 45AN61 gearbox drive plate include the Ford FSD based marine engines mated to a PRM gearbox

The technical details:
Spline: SAE 1" x 10 teeth (25.4mm diameter) for PRM100, 101, 140, 160 & 260 gearboxes
Diameter of back plate which bolts to the engine flywheel: 292.1mm 11.5"
Back plate fixing holes: One single set of fixing holes 12 x 8.1mm on 273mm (10.75") PCD.
Maximum thickness of drive plate: 35mm (1.38")
Fitted with the softer type AC high deflection element for 270Nm 200 ftlb torque, providing a maximum deflection up to 30 degrees. This type of drive plate is especially suited to workboats with slow speed applications & pleasure boats. Note that the 45AN61 PRM damper drive plate can only be fitted to rotate in the standard direction of rotation (anti-clockwise when looking at the flywheel) with the drive plate element facing the gearbox.

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