What is the difference in axle ratios?

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  • Bull chang
    It's a ratio that represents the number of revolutions the driveshaft must make to spin the axle one full turn. The higher the ratio, the higher the performance. The lower the ratio, the higher the fuel economy.
  • What happens if you dont lock hubs?

    Power goes to the front diff. but the wheels are not being driven. Conversely, if you leave the hubs locked-in and the t-case in 2WD, the wheels drive the axle and diff.17 dic 2011
  • How do you lock the rear differential on a Ford F 150?

    To activate electronic locking differential, press its button in the center of the drive mode rotary switch. Note: The electronic locking differential can activate or deactivate automatically based on speed, four-wheel drive mode, and drive mode selection.8 mar 2021
  • How do I know if my car has locking hubs?

    Part of a video titled Ford 4x4 truck Auto vs Manual locking hubs Which Direction Clockwise
    If it's clockwise up then you're in manual so for this this is an auto-locking. So counterclockwiseMoreIf it's clockwise up then you're in manual so for this this is an auto-locking. So counterclockwise that's auto lock clockwise it's a in manual mode.
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    The differential is a set of gears that transmits engine power to the wheels, while allowing them to turn at different speeds on turns. With front-wheel-drive (FWD), the differential is alongside the transmission inside a housing, and the unit is called a transaxle.13 ene 2021
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    The electronic locking differential is a device housed in the rear axle that allows both rear wheels to turn at the same speed. The electronic locking differential provides additional traction should your vehicle become stuck.