# If a driver gear has larger radius than a driven gear, will a larger gear ratio result in more torque supplied to the driven gear?

Suppose a driver gear has larger radius than a driven gear. For example, we have a pinion with a main disk, where the main disk is larger than the pinion and the pinion is a follower. This is the case in many fishing reels that are "baitcaster" models, such as the following picture diagram,

I am wondering if a larger gear ratio will result in more torque supplied to the driven gear? Specifically, suppose we have two reel models such that the first has a $$7$$ to $$1$$ main drive gear to pinion radius, and the second has a $$5$$ to $$1$$ ratio. Will the $$5$$ to $$1$$ have less torque being supplied to the pinion gear?