How a differential gear works

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+92 1. Voutelamberopipi commented 7 years ago

niiiice. when will it be out?
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+57 2. Denshin commented 7 years ago

I just LOVE engeneering!!
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+76 3. huldu commented 7 years ago

Its very fascinating if you have no idea about these things. Very good presentation.
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+38 4. firest4rter commented 7 years ago

great! now can anyone find one on a clutch? ive been wondering for years, thanks uploader!
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+102 5. andrer999 commented 7 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! :)
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+31 6. Xionbox (moderator) commented 7 years ago

I knew what the piece looked like but had no idea of how it worked. Thanks trancetunes!
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+25 7. banzemanga commented 7 years ago

Wow, really nice explanations. I wished that all my college classes where like that. 8-)
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+9 8. Usdevildoggmc commented 7 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! :O
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+5 9. kaleemsaudia commented 7 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.
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+22 10. dragonon commented 7 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....
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+8 11. gcleffff commented 7 years ago

i know nothing about cars but when i watch this ahhhhhhhh engineering is so wonderful.. evolution of conceptual survival yehey :D
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+6 12. andyjk10 commented 7 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!.
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+7 13. Rathor commented 7 years ago

Nice little things that'll make our life easier. Engineering is the key to all our problems. Great presentation ;)
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+8 14. Fergus_Thedog commented 7 years ago

Very nice, I've never heard anyone pronounce the 'H' in "wheel" before, that was amazing. ;)
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+4 15. Gias commented 7 years ago

the movie continues after what's uploaded here.
So where the rest?
Good explanation.
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+5 16. thundercash commented 7 years ago

My horse wants one on his carriage :D
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+2 17. irishgek commented 7 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
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+3 18. pire commented 7 years ago

i love that lego explained this to me when i was 6
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+2 19. vanova commented 7 years ago

wow! love this video easy to understand and indeed very stimulating for the brain ;-)
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+4 20. DarkiKun commented 7 years ago

that was very interesting, and very nicely explained. this is what snotr is all about =D
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+2 21. zimmmer commented 7 years ago

who ever invented the differential must have been a genius
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+6 22. h8isgr8 commented 7 years ago

WAIT! He wasn't done. :(

Anyway, nice video.
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-2 23. USAnumber1 commented 7 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! :D
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-1 24. Dubsteppah commented 7 years ago

That was awesome to watch! imagine coming up with an idea like that at the time ha
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+3 25. h8isgr8 commented 7 years ago

#24 What? The intelligence and skills of that era is unmatched. They were the pioneers of everything you take for granted today.
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+3 26. Geekster (admin) commented 7 years ago

#20 I SOOOOO AGREE WITH YOU !!!!

thumbs up for this video !!!
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+4 27. leonoidio commented 7 years ago

yes i know how ti works.. im a car mechanic :D
#4 i have uploaded a vid about clutches... i hope they approve it.. :)
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+4 28. kekke2000 commented 7 years ago

That was really interesting!! Now i'm smart!
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+4 29. BabyJLE commented 7 years ago

My IQ just went up a few points :)
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+3 30. therippedpage commented 7 years ago

science fair? =]
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+2 31. Rizzon commented 7 years ago

@10 & @14: Did someone say coolwhip?
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+2 32. ImprsdBySmartVid commented 7 years ago

Thanks for this video. Where is the complete version? Could it be purchased somewhere? (iTunes?)
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+2 33. TheFatViking commented 7 years ago

2 months ago today, my brother managed to blow up his diff when doing a burnout.
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+1 34. AmazingNixxo commented 7 years ago

Fuck that was a cool video!
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+1 35. Premtm commented 5 years ago

I wish my wife could pair with me like a differential gear...... ;)
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-1 36. Scotsman50 commented 218 days ago

When stock car racing you remove the Diff and weld steel plates into it to make the wheels turn at the same speed for oval circuits etc. Just thought i would add that :)
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0 37. sux2bu commented 218 days ago

#36 Don't know about stock car racing in Scotland but in NASCAR this is the differential used......

http://www.eaton.com/Eaton/ProductsServices/Vehicle/Differentials/detroit-locker/PCT_1122611#tabs-2