Originally posted by Tom G
"Anyone...anyone...anyone"....Ferris Bueller's Day off
Thats a hard one to describe-it really is. Tight to me would be one where the belt skips instead of being able to actually make the diff slip.
Medium is where you can get some slip of the diff, but it takes a bit of effort to roatate wheels.
And last loose is when its as loose as it can be and not audibly or noticeably slip on the track.
I would describe my diffs as tight in front (belt skips when ou try to check it.) and my rear is Medium to loose. It doesnt slip at all on the track-but wheels arent too hard to turn (you know-hold one wheel and then hold the spur and try and spin opposing wheel).
Thats my take on it. And its in no way scientific.