Utility vehicles: Electronic open-to-lock differential for Dana 60 front and rear axles

Utility vehicles truck accessory commercial vehicles Auburn Gear

Auburn, IN – Commercial vehicles: Auburn Gear Inc., a U.S.­based manufacturer of high-performance differentials, presented its new patent-pending electronic open-to-lock differential at the 2013 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. The new differentials’ case strength and gear geometry are cited to make it the toughest and most efficient aftermarket diff on the market. Dependable electronic operation allows the driver to conveniently transition from an open to a locked differential mode as the need arises, all without leaving the driver’s seat.

Auburn Gear has designed an aftermarket differential that instills confidence by eliminating the gear and pneumatic system failures that have been known to occur among those asking more of their Dana 60 axles and aftermarket selectable lockers. Auburn created its new differential in response to marketplace demand for a more reliable solution and to consumer dissatisfaction with the status quo.

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