Notice how the reduction drive's tower elevates the prop. With a gearbox the engine would have to be mounted the other way round, up in the slipstream.

Setting the tension on cog belts is simple and non-critical. With earlier V-belts too little tension meant slippage, too much meant sideloads on bearings.

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