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Weddle HV1

The first compact transaxle for the off-road industry with a real reverse, the HV1 mates the proven Weddle Racing 10" ring and pinion to four forward gears and a full size reverse gear. Thirty years of industry insight and two years of development in 3D CAD have culminated in this, the HV1, the first completely in-house transaxle from Weddle Industries. The list of features found in this transaxle is impressive, many of which have been, until now, reserved for higher end units.


  • Cast LM25 aluminum housings, heat treated to T6 condition and stainless shot blasted.

  • Fully enclosed bell housing bulkhead for maximum rigidity.

  • Innovative structural design provides extra ground clearance.

  • 2" narrower than a VW Bus transaxle.

  • Full synchromesh, H-pattern shifting.

  • Heavy duty constant mesh reverse gear.

  • Torsional 300M input shaft.

  • Heat treated and ground pinion bearing collar.

  • Weddle Racing 10" Klingelnberg Palloid ring & pinion.

  • Spiral bevel final drive reduces frictional losses, can be run in mid- or rear-engine configuration.

  • Bronze load bolt prevents ring gear displacement.

  • Helical cut drive gears for maximum strength.

  • Wide selection of gear ratios available.

  • Hydraulic slave cylinder included, flat or convex throwout bearings available.

  • 930 drive flanges standard. 934 drive flanges available as an option.

  • Internal oil sprayer option.

HV1 $7195
934 Drive Flange $xxx
Billet Aluminum Differential $xxx
Mini Locking Differential $xxx
Billet Aluminum Spool $xxx
Mini Spool Option (with HD cross shafts) $xxx
Internal Oil Spray Bar $xxx
Cable Shifter Kit $xxx
Solid Linkage Shift Kit (Rear-Engine) $xxx
Solid Linkage Shift Kit (Mid-Engine) $xxx


Although the result of the REM(tm) process is a beautiful finish, it is Important to realize that the system does not polish the part. The process involves two steps. The first, referred to as the refinement process involves a chemical interaction on the surface of the part. A soft, thin (one micron) film is formed on the surface of the part. The part interacts with the ceramic media in a special vibratory tub, this film is physically removed from the "peaks" of the processed part and the "valleys" are unaffected. The chemically induced film re-forms only at the peaks that are interacting with the vibratory media, and the process repeats itself. Over time, the peaks are removed, leaving only the valleys, producing the improved micro finish. The second step is referred to as the burnish process. After the required micro finish is achieved, a mild alkaline mixture is introduced. After a relatively short period a polished, chrome-like finish is produced. In addition to the polishing effects, this step effectively removes all traces of the film formation from the refinement process.

The Benefits Are:
  • Reduced Friction, Vibration, & Noise
  • Improved Shifting
  • Longer Life
  • More power to the wheels
  • Reduction in Lubrication Temperature
  •   $300 per Transmission

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