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I just found out about this.  Interesting and I wonder if it would help if you got stuck in the mud.



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That’s cool!!! I don’t know if I buy that motor trend explanation of how it would work. Seems like people (more samrterer than me of course) could figure out a way to get the truck to turn say the left front wheel forward and the right rear wheel backward if it didn’t have locking diffs. But however the magic works, that would be awesome to do in downtown Boston.

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