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TM 5-4210-220-12 1-15.  DRIVE TRAIN.  - Continued b.    Controlled  Traction  Differential.    The  front  and  rear  axles  are  both  provided  with  Controlled  Traction Differentials (differential locks).  The differential locks, (see fig. 1-26) incorporate a friction plate assembly (clutch) which is under constant spring pressure.  When engaged, the differential lock prevents one wheel from slipping in relation to the other on the same axle.  When disengaged, conventional differential action for normal road conditions is restored.  When engaged, the differential lock will slip sufficiently for the vehicle to negotiate turns in a normal manner. Figure 1-26.  Controlled Traction Differential Clutch c.  Power Divider and Differential Lock Control.  Four-wheel-drive and the differential locks are engaged and disengaged by air-operated shift units, (see fig. 1-27).  Air flow to these units is controlled via two selector valves in the cab.  The four wheel drive shift unit should be engaged only when the vehicle is stopped or driven at very low speed. The differential locks can be actuated at any time except when one or more wheels are spinning. Figure 1-27.  Differential Lock And Four Wheel Drive Systems 1-33

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