1972-02-01

Restrictive Differentials 720903

Various methods have been used to restrict differential action in drive axles to prevent loss of traction. Although these methods differ in principle, they exhibit similar characteristics.
Based on tractive effort performance, most devices can be categorized into one of four basic classifications. This paper defines these classes and compares them to requirements needed for the “ideal” differential.

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