Idle-wheel



noun, Machinery.
1.
a wheel for transmitting power and motion between a driving and a driven part, either by friction or by means of teeth.
2.
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noun
1.
a gearwheel interposed between two others to transmit torque without changing the direction of rotation to the velocity ratio Also called idler

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