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Old 05-17-2013, 07:45 PM
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Originally Posted by tractor guy View Post
I thought about doing something to that effect. The idea was to run a chain from one axle to a live axle, then weld the other axle on the transaxle to its housing. Stoping one side from spinning makes the other spin faster. There are some flaws with this idea like longjevity if the spinning axle but i still think its possable.
Two thoughts-

One- how do you propose to weld a steel axleshaft to an aluminum housing?

Two- (and you touched on this) You're running all your power thru those weenie little spider gears, and if you haven't "race-prepped" it, they'll sling the grease off and be done in short order.
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