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Voutelamberopipi 4 years ago
niiiice. when will it be out?
Denshin 4 years ago
I just LOVE engeneering!!
huldu 4 years ago
Its very fascinating if you have no idea about these things. Very good presentation.
firest4rter 4 years ago
great! now can anyone find one on a clutch? ive been wondering for years, thanks uploader!
andrer999 4 years ago
Great! Too bad we don't get this sort of videos very often...
I'm affraid Snotr might become just-another-fail-blog.
This is the sort of thing that makes not only funny, but interesting and stimulating.
Thumbs up for smart videos!
Xionbox (moderator) 4 years ago
I knew what the piece looked like but had no idea of how it worked. Thanks trancetunes!
banzemanga 4 years ago
Wow, really nice explanations. I wished that all my college classes where like that.
Usdevildoggmc 4 years ago
Wow I never knew exactly how this worked... and never really gave much thought on the wheels needing to move at different speeds when turning and how it all worked... (Differentials) Now I know an awful lot thanks to a video that's nearly a CENTURY old!
kaleemsaudia 4 years ago
awesome man thank;s for uploading if u have a more video like that then upload it i love engineering and also i am engineer, thanks again,keep it continue.
dragonon 4 years ago
Now thats a SNOTR kind of VIDEO>>>>! Not just FAMILY GUY!!!!
One time learning video.... love it...! and now i will never forget it.... thats what i like about....
gcleffff 4 years ago
i know nothing about cars but when i watch this ahhhhhhhh engineering is so wonderful.. evolution of conceptual survival yehey
andyjk10 4 years ago
yeah a good video. this is more like it.coz people drive cars and they don know how anything works. well explained.
and i was wondering what is the problem with comment #(removed comment) to be rated that bad!.
Rathor 4 years ago
Nice little things that'll make our life easier. Engineering is the key to all our problems. Great presentation
Fergus_Thedog 4 years ago
Very nice, I've never heard anyone pronounce the 'H' in "wheel" before, that was amazing.
Gias 4 years ago
the movie continues after what's uploaded here.
So where the rest?
thundercash 4 years ago
My horse wants one on his carriage
irishgek 4 years ago
I totally agree with any one saying this is a snotr video,
Wow im not being funny but they sure did know how to explain things simply back in the days and that is something i allways wanted to know but just never remembered to look up what an amazing invention and made so simple to understand
pire 4 years ago
i love that lego explained this to me when i was 6
vanova 4 years ago
wow! love this video easy to understand and indeed very stimulating for the brain ;-)
DarkiKun 4 years ago
that was very interesting, and very nicely explained. this is what snotr is all about =D
zimmmer 4 years ago
who ever invented the differential must have been a genius
h8isgr8 4 years ago
WAIT! He wasn't done.
Anyway, nice video.
USAnumber1 4 years ago
Shouldn't this be in "cars"? This is a very nice presentation that makes it easy to grasp the concept. Now we need one that deals with a posi-trac differential!
Dubsteppah 4 years ago
That was awesome to watch! imagine coming up with an idea like that at the time ha
h8isgr8 4 years ago
#24 What? The intelligence and skills of that era is unmatched. They were the pioneers of everything you take for granted today.
Geekster (admin) 4 years ago
#20 I SOOOOO AGREE WITH YOU !!!!
thumbs up for this video !!!
leonoidio 4 years ago
yes i know how ti works.. im a car mechanic
#4 i have uploaded a vid about clutches... i hope they approve it..
kekke2000 4 years ago
That was really interesting!! Now i'm smart!
BabyJLE 4 years ago
My IQ just went up a few points
therippedpage 4 years ago
science fair? =]
Rizzon 4 years ago
@10 & @14: Did someone say coolwhip?
ImprsdBySmartVid 4 years ago
Thanks for this video. Where is the complete version? Could it be purchased somewhere? (iTunes?)
TheFatViking 4 years ago
2 months ago today, my brother managed to blow up his diff when doing a burnout.
AmazingNixxo 4 years ago
Fuck that was a cool video!
Premtm 2 years ago
I wish my wife could pair with me like a differential gear......
4 years ago
400 x 299 px
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