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Old 12-27-2001, 12:48 PM   #16
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Originally posted by dtm

It is the outer wheel thats has a larger circle to cover, therefore, will have to spin faster than the inner wheel!
You're right, I mixed it up !
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gee guys u got me mixxed up .....
i think that IF u r using the frontal one way the OUTER WHEEL FREEWHEELS because the power is applied EQUALLY to each wheel on a front one way unit and theres no diff action there therefore the one whoch grips /tighter ( inner wheel will have force and the oute wheel freewheels cause ut has a larger diameter to cover ...

i m not sure but this was what i assumed ... plz correct me ...and tell me why if i m wrong ...

i based my assumtion on this :

pick up the car and rev it with wheels on ... then hold one side of the front wheel BUT dont stop it .... just slow it down with fingers while still appliying trottle ... i m sure the other sude which u r not touching freewheels while the side u r holding slows down ....

therefore the inner wheel will have power while the outer wheel freewheels ..... cause the inner wheel will feel TIGHTER ( less distance to travel)

gee i m not sure about this ... plz correct me ... i dont want to understand the wrong thing either

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Old 12-27-2001, 09:18 PM   #18
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exactly imataquito!
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Old 12-27-2001, 09:38 PM   #19
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I am not usually a fan of things that are written in most magazines, however this article is right on the money!

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