Part No: RND-14E9
14E9 Boat Engine Damper Drive Plate from R&D MarineFitted between the marine engine and the gearbox input shaft, a damper drive plate is designed to transmit the engine power to the gearbox,... Read more
14E9 Boat Engine Damper Drive Plate from R&D Marine
Fitted between the marine engine and the 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 or Clutch Plate, the 14E9 Damper Drive Plate is from the R and D Loop element range. Common applications for the 14E9 include the Mercedes OM636 engine with a PRM gearbox fitted.
R&D 14E9 drive plate technical details:
- Spline: 10 teeth SAE 1" x 10T (25.4mm diameter) for PRM 100 & 140, PRM 101 & 160 and PRM 260 gearboxes.
- Diameter of drive plate back plate which bolts to the engine flywheel: 235mm (9.249" / 9.251")
- Back plate fixing holes: The small back plate has 6 x 0.32" bolt holes on 218mm (8.583") PCD for the OM636
- Drive plate maximum thickness: 35mm (1.38")
Fitted with a type E loop element for 245Nm 180 ft lb torque the 14E9 drive plate can be mounted either round on the flywheel and rotated in either direction. This drive plate element will provide linear stiffness up to 3 degrees of deflection and is failsafe.
If you are unsure or need any assistance choosing your drive plate please contact our customer support department who will help you find the right parts for your application.
|Application||PRM Gearboxes: 100, 101, 140, 160, 260 & 280.|
|Type||10 Tooth Plates|
|Country of Origin||United Kingdom|
|Bolt Hole PCD Description||6 x 0.32" bolt holes on 218mm (8.583") PCD|
|Diameter Description||OD: 235mm (9.249" / 9.251")|
|Gearbox Spline||10 teeth SAE 1" x 10T (25.4mm diameter)|
|Number of Fixing Holes||6|
|Thickness||Maximum: 35mm (1.38")|
|Torque||245 Nm, 180 lbft|
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