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Diffrential: types

principle
Nonslip diffrential
Diffrential housing

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Diffrential assembly

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PINOIN DRIVE GEAR
Transfer power from the
Drive shaft to the bevel or
Ring gear
RING/BEVEL GEAR
Transfer power to diffrential
Case assembly
SIDE/SPIDER GEARS

Help both wheels to turn


Independently when turning
DIFFRENTIAL CASE ASSEMBLY

Hold the ringgear and other components that drives the rear
axle

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REAL DRIVE ASSEMBLY
Steel shaft that transfer torque from diffrential
assembly to the drive wheels
REAR AXLE BEARING

Ball or roller bearings that fit between the axle and


inside the inside the axle housing
AXLE HOUSING

Metal body that enclose and supports parts of rear


axle assembly

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Transfer the power from drive shaft to wheels
Provides final gear reduction
Splits amount of torque going to each wheels
Allows the wheels to rotate at different speed in
turns

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One side is attached to the ring
Gear and other to the yoke
Either a crushable sleeve or

Shims are used to preload the


Pinion bearing
Preload
A small amount of pressure
Applied to the bearings to remove
Play and excess clearance
Ring gear and pinion gears are matched set

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Provides drive torque both wheels at all time ,
where as conventional diffrential lose traction on
slippery surface.
Transfers a portion of torque to both slipping
wheels and the driving wheel.
Under high torque ,pinion gears push on side -
gears, sliding gears push on clutch disc, thus
locking it.
Under normal turning clutch discs slip.

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Non slip diffrential Limited slip diffrential

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