No-Spin Differential (Assembled).
(1) Side gear. (2) Driven clutch. (3) Spring. (4) Holdout ring. (5)
Holdout ring. (6) Spring. (7) Driven clutch. (8) Side gear. (9) Spring
retainer. (10) Spring retainer. (11) Center cam. (12) Snap ring. (13)
The no-spin differential allows the axle to send different
torques to each rear wheel. When the speeds of the wheels
are the same, the no-spin differential can send the same
amount of torque to each wheel. When the speeds of the
wheels are different (when the machine is turning) the no-spin
differential sends the torque to the wheel that turns sower, If
one wheel loses traction on ice or mud, both wheels turn at the
same speed, but the spinning wheel will have less torque.
No-Spin Differential (Left Side Disassembled).
(1) Side gear. (2) Driven clutch. (3) Spring. (4) Holdout ring. (9)
Spring retainer. (11) Center cam. (12) Snap ring. (13) Spider.
The differential is the same on one side of the spider as it is on
the other side. The differential has two springs (3) and (6), two
side gears (1) and (8), two driven clutches (2) and (7), two
holdout rings (4) and (5), one center cam (11), one snap ring
(12), and one spider (13).
Spider (13) is fastened to the carrier case and turns at the
speed of the ring gear. The spider has clutch teeth on both
sides. Spider also has one long tooth called the spider key
(15). Center cam (11 ) fits inside the spider and is held in
position by snap ring (12). Cam is turned by the spider key
which fits inside notch (14).