Don't know if this is a right place to ask this. So I know there's a difference between 4WD and AWD, and the difference being AWD has equal power distribution between front and rear axles right while 4WD might have uneven ratio (e.g. 20% front axle and 80% rear axle) right? As I understand it. Now also a car might have a diff lock - so both wheels on an axle rotate at the same speed. Usually rear diff has a locking feature right? I think I've never heard about front diff lock. Then, there's center diff lock which makes two wheels on different axles rotate at same speed. So I wanted to know if there is a "true" diff lock which locks both wheels on both axles effectively causing all 4 wheels to rotate at same speed? Has this been done at all? Or is it too compicated to implement? If I were to go to a local junkyard and pick up a bucnh of axles and diffs could I fabricate something like this?
Thanks for reading my nonsense lol