How a Differential Works

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caprihorse;24899 wrote:Message is talking about the difference between 2H or 4H, which in not the main subject, pls kindly remove your post from here and open a new subject.
sorry chief .... removed :)
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caprihorse;24900 wrote:Sorry, again, it has nothing to do with differential subject, pls remove it from here.
sorry Cheif removed
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I know that differential will lock and bla bla bla, but never ever tried to know how it works. Thanks to Capri and Sarook
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Mubz;24903 wrote:sorry chief .... removed :)
Great, now pls remove all irrelevant posts, as I did... We're saving the load for the moderator :011:
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Thank you Chief and Sarookh, very informative, and amazingly simplified videos.:eagerness:
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caprihorse;24897 wrote:I'm not expert in this, and I wouldn't touch the differential at all. Additionally bigger tyres in diameter, mean reduced engine power to drive these tyres.

Thank you for your patience chief...

Can 32X8X16 BF Goodrich be mounted on factory rims and driven with ease on the company differential?

Not the huge tires that khatib runs Ma sha Allah but I think a little larger tires with wider tracks will help with offroading, right?
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MaddieTJ;24921 wrote:Thank you for your patience chief...

Can 32X8X16 BF Goodrich be mounted on factory rims and driven with ease on the company differential?

Not the huge tires that khatib runs Ma sha Allah but I think a little larger tires with wider tracks will help with offroading, right?
Hi Maddie,

Am no expert and i dont know what's your car but usual regearing the diff is when you fit tires above 33".

My advise to you is to research further and ask people specialise in regearing before you invest in new set of tires.

All the best.
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MaddieTJ;24921 wrote:Thank you for your patience chief...

Can 32X8X16 BF Goodrich be mounted on factory rims and driven with ease on the company differential?

Not the huge tires that khatib runs Ma sha Allah but I think a little larger tires with wider tracks will help with offroading, right?
Hi Meddie ,

Khatib is running 33 X 12.5 X 15 BFs , with out any re-gearing . the size you mentioned to your TJ will not require any changes as the loss of power will be neglect-able .
What goes around , comes around .
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Hi friends,

I found some very valuable information, explained amazingly well about differentials on the website 'Howstuff works.com'

You may try this link and then then also go to related pages.

http://auto.howstuffworks.com/differential.htm

Happy learning.
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Thanks all of you for the valuable advise.

Many Local Jeepers say no need to regear because the loss is negligble.

I will do research before investing in tires or rims. .. no bank to break hehehehehehe
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