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Old 02-07-2006, 07:29 PM
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Originally Posted by 2-Bad
Mr Truckie, if I'm wrong Brant will correct....

Centre one-way on its own, reduces steering (slightly) and improves efficiency of the drivetrain. So if adding the one-way diff is too aggressive then adding the pulley smooths that aggression out a bit.

Is that right "Master Pook"
Yes, you will loose that little bit of drag from the center spool upon entering a turn if you use the center one-way. But if you run the front one-way then you should also run the center unit to fully gain its benefits. Hope this makes sense to you guys.

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