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Clutch Plate Inner Reverse Borg Warner Velvet Drive 72-A668 PCM R160008

$47.69 $55.31

Inner Reverse Clutch Plate For Borg Warner Velvet Drive Transmissions Friction / Pressure Plate  Clutch Plate, Inner Reverse NOTE: 2 are required for most Warner Gear transmissions in Correct Craft...

Inner Reverse Clutch Plate For Borg Warner Velvet Drive Transmissions

Friction / Pressure Plate 

Clutch Plate, Inner Reverse
NOTE: 2 are required for most Warner Gear transmissions in Correct Craft boats. Exceptions are transmissions with tags stamped with “10-17–001” OR “10-17-002” – these only need one plate.
  • Replaces Alto 023738BR
  • Replaces Crusader 1006463
  • Pleasurecraft Marine R160008
  • Replaces Velvet Drive 72-A66B
  • Replaces Volvo Penta 3858995

BORG WARNER TRANSMISSIONS, known for their smooth, Velvet Drive, have been the industry standard for decades. The 71-C and 72-C designations indicate input horsepower ranges.

Typically, a 71-C is found on small blocks and a 72-C is used on big block applications. The most popular model is the in-line unit. In-line indicates that the input and output shafts of the transmission are on the same axis. Direct Drive (1:1) versions of the in-line models are frequently used on high horsepower, lightweight boats.

The reduction ratio versions (1.5:1) use an additional planetary gear set to allow the use of larger propellers for greater pulling power at lower shaft speeds, often found on Mastercrafts.