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Old 04-05-2006, 06:04 AM   #1
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i just read from somewhere that the diff have to be so tightened so that it doesn't move in the opposite direction. u know wat m saying? d diff that comes with my yokomo kit are already assembled, so i didn't make anymore adjustment on it liao. however, i just found out tat it needs to be so tightened that when u the right rear wheel, the left rear wheel should move in the same direction, not in the opposite. so is this the case?? pls help.
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when you turn one wheel the other wheel should move in the opposite direction, that's what a differential does. You want the diff tight enough that it doesn't slip, meaning the the diff gear moves and the wheels don't, that's bad and will melt your diff gear.
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some people make their diff so tight...to get the "push" from their car when out of the corner..
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