A detailed explanation and comparison of limited slip differentials, Torsen differentials, selectable lockers, Detroit lockers and spools by Ben Brazda, owner of Filthy Motorsports.
Corrections / Updates:
12:50 - Moisture in the air lines has also been known to freeze and block the air flow in sub-freezing temperatures.
15:11 - The new Dana 60 and Dana 70 Eaton E-Lockers now use a "Direct-Acting Lock Plate" instead of the ball ramp.
6:06 - Torsen, Eaton TrueTrac and Limited Slips
11:23 - Air Lockers, ARB Lockers, Zip Lockers
14:17 - E-Lockers, Eaton E-Locker
17:50 - Ox Lockers
21:36 - Detroit Lockers, Grizzly Lockers
21:36 - Lunchbox Lockers, Spartan Lockers
26:52 - Spools, Mini Spools, Welded Diffs
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