Dana Corp. launches a new axle differential that is claimed to deliver improved torque management for all-wheel-drive vehicles. The company dubs the new design Torque Transfer Technology, or TXT, saying that the design is the first cost-effective in-axle differential for any type of vehicle. Dana says it incorporates an open differential affected by a hydraulically activated clutch system that progressively transfers torque to the non-driving axle. Dana says the unique unit is completely ...

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