Differential / drive question
Just wanted to clarify something - when your 4WD truck is off the ground, and you put power to the wheels, and one wheel doesn't spin, that's correct isn't it? As that shows the differential is doing its job and the wheel with the most resistance does not turn but it's not a fault - shows the diff is doing its job, right? This is the case of my Revo with CVDs.
My old e-maxx - I've noticed all 4 wheels turn, with a good deal of vibration too, when power is applied off the ground. But that is an old, and fairly worn, drivetrain.
Just want to check there's no problem with the revo - I can live with maxx not being at its best!