Join Date: May 2005
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You have two gears, one running inside of the other with a sleeve between the two seperating them. One gear is connected to one axle shaft and the other gear is connected to the other shaft. When air is supplied a third gear that is part of the sleeve slides in between the gears on each axle shaft so that they are now effectively one unit.
That is a REALLY simplified way to explain the principle of one, they function about like lock in/lock out hubs do and just move a gear or pin to lock the diff together.
Duke, you have played with a few, care to step in and tell us more details and specifics?