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Old 03-24-2010, 04:18 PM
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ok, so i just got my emaxx. i dont plan on racing. i just love bashing. now i live out in alabama, and we take our offroading seriously here. im only gonna lock one of the diffs. should i lock the front one, or the rear one?
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Old 03-25-2010, 05:57 AM
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From what I read , its usually the rear that's locked.
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why would you lock one of the diffs? having 4 wheels that turn is the point of 4WD anyway 4wd handles better
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strickly bashing... so i just wanna be able to hardcore offroad
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you will want to lock your Rear diff, if you lock your front it will make your turns real wide.
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if i was you id put some heavier diff fluid in it , i wouldnt lock the diffs 4 wheel drive is great for offroading . or just get a slash if thats what you wanna do....
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