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Explained: Everything you ever wanted to know about differential steering

Check out this old school video that has all the answers

41w ago

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In this 1937 video made by Chevrolet Motor Division, the theory behind how a rear diff is able to go around corners, without slipping is explained in such a manner that anyone can understand it. You might call it "dumbed-down" – I call it effective! Short, concise videos like this one are really a great way to learn about any subject. This is proof that YouTube didn't create the short informative video, it just breathed life back into the format! Enjoy...

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Be sure and check out the US Auto Industry YouTube page for more videos like this one. You'll find the subjects range from early braking systems to transmissions. Learning can be quick, easy, interesting and even entertaining!

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Art by: Chris Breeden

Art by: Chris Breeden

About the Author:

"Chris Breeden is a Social Media content creator for Custom & Hot Rod Life on DRIVETRIBE, YouTube and Facebook. After spending 5 years in Southern California, a.k.a. Hot Rod Heaven, while serving as a jet engine mechanic in the United States Marine Corps, he moved back home to Tennessee with an even greater love for Hot Rodded Vintage Tin. Since then he has worked in retail sales and the transportation and logistics industry. In 2018, seeing a gap in Hot Rod and Custom Car coverage on DRIVETRIBE, Chris began advocating for their inclusion on the platform. During the summer months, he can be found all over the Tennessee region covering car shows, meets, and cruise-ins. During the winter months, he can be found in the garage working on his custom 1949 Ford two-door sedan and 1954 F100 truck."

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Comments (2)

  • Quite charming and of course a great explanation. To fully understand the effectiveness I recommend driving a live axle car with a welded diff ...enormous fun

      11 months ago
  • Love the bikers, nice explanation, thanks.

      11 months ago
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