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    How a differential works.

    I came across this video on Facebook and I thought it does a good job of explaining how a differential works so I thought I would share it.




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    So cool!
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    Ah, life was so simple back then. Not as many distractions and plenty of time to practice one's riding skills. Some great examples in that old video and Chevrolet's haven't changed much at all. Buy a Ford!!!

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    That's a great video.
    Saw it some years back on another forum.
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    Cool. Always wondered.
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    Those videos were made by Jam(ison) Handy, and although corny; they generally do a pretty good job of explaining things in a simple easy to understand manner. I enjoy watching them on YouBoob.

    Jam pretty much made films for GM.
    I have more ideas than ambition.


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    DARN COOL, thanks felixm22.
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    This video also illustrates the principle that most complex concepts can more easily be explained with Tinker Toys. I remember an assignment in college involving Tinker Toys. Professor Tony Patterson (one of the 1st female philosophy professors in the NY system--older than dirt) required us to use Tinker Toys to illustrate Bertrand Russell's Principles of Social Reconstruction. It was not as simple as the differential.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    DARN COOL, thanks felixm22.
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