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I'm pretty sure this is LULZ material, But I'm tired, so I'm going to poast anyways.

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Most "2wd" vehicles have an open differential. Meaning the wheel with least resistance gets most to all of the power. Resulting an REALLY only a 1 wheel drive. Hence the "one wheel wonder" burnout. A lot of 4wd vehicles have open differentials in the front and back, leaving you with really 2 wheel drive. All wheel drive has a LSD (Limited Slip Differential) in the front and rear. Sorry forgot to elaborate more. LSD only allows the differential to slip so far, so you never lose power to either wheel. The good ones actually BIAS the power to the wheel with MORE resistance (the one that needs and can use it more) Resulting in TRUE 4 wheel drive. Hence "ALL" wheel drive.


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In laymans terms, thats right.
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No lulz here.
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where's the lulz
all I see is factz
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Eh, some are wrong some are right.
In a part-time 4x4 system you only have 2 differentials, which are in the axles. Either one of them can be equipped with a locker. For instance, my Jeep has a stock LSD in the rear. Front drive-shaft speed is the same as rear, Meaning if you have traction on one of the axles you will move. This also means you can't drive it in hard surfaces because of diffrent speeds on the front and rear axle.
In a full-time 4x4 system you have one more differential, which is in the transfer case. If all the diffs are open, all power can be transmitted to it. Some 4x4 systems come with a viscosity-based center diff, electrical or mechanical center diff (systems which transfer a certain procent of the power to the axle which has traction). Some also have a lock-able center diff.
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I'm pretty sure this is LULZ material, But I'm tired, so I'm going to poast anyways.
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Like I said I was tired, and that's why I put the ? I had never heard it worded like that before and it kinda threw me off.

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So since my truck has LSD front and rear, that means its AWD? hmmmm. Thats what threw me off.
Thought with AWD wasn't able to be put in 2wd.



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