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  1. I turned my simple 90° indexer into a light slip clutch and to me it seemed very suitable for application in a limited slip differential. I replaced the angle element with square mid-section with a 2L axle connector so it has 8 preferred positions (45° steps) instead of the 4 in the 90° indexer. I played a little with it and even in a small light-weight push-along car you can sense the straight-line-stability and the clutch actually starts slipping when pushing the car through turns. The white silicon band can be replaced with a red one wrapped around the limiters (2L liftarms) twice to make the clutch tighter. I think this approach gives a very realistic effect, or at least an effect that is realisticly proportional to Lego vehicles, also motorized vehicles. But you will have to find out that for yourself. EDIT: As has been pointed out below this does not really qualify as LSD. The friction clutch is always engaged and for it to be a LSD the clutch should only be engaged when one of the output axles slips. LXF-file here.
  2. Hi Everyone, Here is my solution to stopping diffs from spinning, which I find very annoying! haha I'm not sure if anyone has done this before but works quite well as I tested with my 4x4 crawler. It does however kill the rubber bit. What I did was literally shove the rubber 1x2 part (from unimog claw) into the older style "new" differential with the little slit in it. This presses against the 12T gears and restricts their movement. This may have other applications in gearboxes or something. LOL Hope this helps with anyone struggling with this, who doesn't want a solid axle, but still wants the model to turn correctly! This one below is freshly installed. This is the one from my 4x4 crawler. IMG_5962 by Doc_brown1, on Flickr IMG_5960 by Doc_brown1, on Flickr IMG_5967 by Doc_brown1, on Flickr
  3. I have just made a Limited Slip Differential. I was inspired by Legonut135 CVT, and my LSD is based on his transmission principle with adding extra differential. Without drive differential Installing the drive differential Here's a Youtube link