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    Joe Makarov
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    Hi, sorry if this is a really stupid question… I’ve been having a hard time understanding how a one way clutch in a helps engage gears… I know how a one way clutch works, but I don’t know what it really does. I’ve tried watching numerous videos on it, I can’t find ANYTHING about how it actually helps change gears. I think I know that it’s located on the input shaft, and that it is splined to the clutch casing which is splined to the transmission housing. I think all I need answered is how exactly the one way clutch helps gears change, and how it affects engine braking. Thanks!

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