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Figure 9.21 The Chinese differential.

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Figure 9.22 Schematic drawing of a bevel gear automotive rear axle differential.

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Figure 9.23 Viscous coupling used on the rear axle of the Mitsubishi Galant and Eclipse
GSX automobiles.

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Figure 9.24 The TORSEN differential used on the drive shaft of Audi automobiles. This is the
invention of Mr. Vernon Gleasman of Pittsford, NY. (Courtesy of Audi of America, Inc., Troy, MI.)

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Figure 9.25 All-wheel drive (AWD) system used on the Mitsubishi Galant, demonstrating the power
distribution for straight-ahead operation.

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