(1) Ring gear. (2) Case. (3) Pinion shaft. (4) No-spin differential.
The carrier receives power from the end reduction case, and
provides a speed reduction and a torque increase. The carrier
transfers this power through no-spin differential (4) to the end
Pinion shaft (3) is connected by splines to the output gear in
end reduction case. The beveled teeth of the pinion shaft are
engaged with ring gear (1). Ring gear is secured to case (2).
The no-spin differential assembly is held inside the case by the
spider par of the differential.
Power from the end reduction case turns pinion shaft (3). The
shaft causes ring gear (1) to rotate at a slower speed than the
shaft. The ring gear causes the attached case and differential
to rotate at the same speed as the ring gear. The differential
provides power to the two assemblies.