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Old 03-01-2016, 09:56 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Thanks for the input! I have two saying it might work and one saying it might not.

Mike, I am not sure where I heard that if one wheel is held still it causes the other to spin faster. Perhaps I misinterpreted what was said or heard at that point a long time ago.

I was thinking(If it is possible, although it may just not be) of getting a small diesel car removing the cv axle on one side and welding to the flange to keep it from rotating to cause the other wheel to spin faster therefore cutting the engine RPMs for a given speed. Maybe my understanding of diffs is just wrong.

Darn, I thought I might have been on to something
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