Anti-Spin Rear Differential For Jeep Wrangler
How Does Anti-Spin Rear Differential Work in a Jeep Wrangler?
Drivers who traverse rough terrain know that feeling protected in your vehicle is number one. The Jeep Wrangler’s Anti-Spin Differential Rear Axle mechanism helps to keep you on the road. Contact us at Vermilion Chrysler to learn more about Anti-Spin Rear Differential axles and how they work.
Anti-Spin Rear Differential
At Vermilion Chrysler Jeep Ram Dodge, the Jeep Wrangler offered at our dealership comes available with an anti-spin rear differential to enhance the classic Jeep SUV experience. The differentials allow the rear wheels on a vehicle to turn at different speeds and the anti-spin differential rear axle work so that wheels lock up, turn together at the same rate under low traction condition. If one of your vehicle’s rear wheels starts to lose traction, the other wheel will engage and keep the vehicle moving.
The Mechanism provides stability overall in how it affects your wheels and how your new vehicle will handle snow, ice, and off-roading with a built-in anti-spin effect for safety and manoeuvrability. In and around the Rocky Mountains, drivers need cars that guarantee traction for snow and ice and generally slick, wet weather. The anti-spin differential rear axle is helpful because it actively transfers friction to control turns better and puts wheels on the road when needed.
Whether that be navigating corners, off-roading, or rough conditions.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need An anti-spin differential rear axle?
Having Anti-Spin Differential Rear Axle is beneficial because it transfers friction to better control turns and out wheels on the road when needed, whether navigating corners, off-roading, or rough conditions.
Trac-Lok vs Anti-Spin Differential Rear Axle Options?
Trac-Lok provides a constant driving force to rear wheels and reduces wheel spin caused by traction at one driving wheel. In comparison, Anti-Spin Differential Rear Axle suggests the same function as the Trac-Lok. The only difference is that Trac-Lok has an on-demand button.